Heyl Zu Herrnsheim
The crimson hued, volcanic outcrop of soil in and around the village of Nierstein produces the fruit for some of the most distinctive wines in all of Europe. This unique terra is responsible for the rarely found mineral depth found in the wines of Heyl Zu Herrnsheim, symbolized by the iconic label of St. Peter holding the key to heaven. The pleasure quotient is incredibly high as the imbiber is continuously drawn in by the aromas and layers of ﬂavor.
Weisser Burgunder 2016. $18
The German moniker for Pinot Blanc. Very few white wines under $20 are as mouthwateringly intense.
Riesling 2016. $18
A bit more citrus on the nose and palate here. The red soil imparts a mouthwatering acidity making this the perfect Riesling for non-believers in the greatest white wine grape in the world.
Brudersberg 2013 and 2015. $39
This monopole vineyard produces one of the iconic wines of Europe, let alone Germany. A center cut, prime piece of Nierstein. The 13 shows a touch of tertiary notes while the 15 is full throttled, full of character Riesling goodness.
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