TESCH Riesling

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Jahrgang 2020 | 2019 | 2018 | 2017
TESCH | St. Remigiusberg Riesling trocken

2017 ST. REMIGIUSBERG, TESCH Riesling trocken, Nahe

“From a small vineyard adjacent to the Karthäuser on weathered volcanic rocks and iron-rich clay, the citrus-yellow colored 2017 St. Remigiusberg Riesling Trocken opens with a deep, ripe and intense yet remarkably refined and subtle yet complex bouquet with spicy and flinty as well as yeasty notes framing the ripe and elegant Riesling aromas. Lush yet linear, fine and very elegant on the palate, this is an intense and tight, very tensioned and sustainable dry Riesling with a long, dry and promising finish. Still a bit austere, this persistently salty wine will age very well and become more and more fine. Tasted at the domaine and at home in July and August 2019 (AP 09 18). | Drinking Date 2023-2040.” 93 | robertparker.com – The Wine Advocate – Stephan Reinhardt

“An elegant bone-dry version, with a vibrant, minerally core and flavors of crisp green apple, dried apricot and ruby grapefruit. The long finish is filled with flint and sea salt accents, with some white pepper notes lingering. Savory.” 92/100 | Wine-Spectator

“Bright tangerine and white-blossom aromas abound in this fresh and fruity, yet impressive dry wine. White-grapefruit and lime flavors are concentrated and pleasantly puckering on the palate, offset by a silky rippling mouthfeel and crisp mineral tones. It is an elegant, substantial wine.” 93/100 | Wine-Enthusiast

“Here is a great dry white with just 12.5 per cent alcohol, which is rare in the age of climate change. Fine apricots, sleek yet concentrated with a very elegant balance of charm and depth. Really long, filigree finish. Drink or hold. Screw cap.” 95 | jamessuckling.com – Stuart Pigott

“Small vineyard next to the Karthäuser with weathered volcanic rock and iron-rich clay. Very persuasive and ‚warm‘ on the nose. Real richness on the palate but overlaid with that fine acidity of 2017. Sleek, round fruit that’s very polished and already approachable with some redcurrant fruit. Drink: 2018-2023.” 16.5 pts. | jancisrobinson.com – Jancis Robinson MW



TESCH | Karthäuser Riesling trocken

2017 KARTHÄUSER, TESCH Riesling trocken, Nahe

“From a well-protected, southwest-facing vineyard on weathered red sandstone, the early-ripening 2017 Karthäuser Riesling Trocken is very clear and fresh on the deep and intense, complex and wellconcentrated yet precise and spicy, herbal/floral and lemon-scented bouquet with its discreet flinty notes. Full-bodied and round but also pure, fresh and mineral on the palate, this is a complex and pretty powerful dry Riesling with a long and structured, powerful and sustainable finish that also reveals some fine but firm tannins and good acidity. An impressive, terroir-driven and age-worthy Riesling that needs pork rather than just fish as a pairing partner. Tasted two times in July and August 2019 (AP 08 18). Drinking Date 2022 -2040.” 92 | robertparker.com – The Wine Advocate – Stephan Reinhardt

“Needs some aeration for the wild berries to enrich the intensely herbal bouquet, but there’s already a ton of white peaches on the palate and mineral acidity that energizes this tightly wrapped package. Dramatic and austere finish. Drink or hold. Screw cap.” 93 | jamessuckling.com – Stuart Pigott

“Amphitheatre of weathered sandstone facing south west retains warmth and its grapes are the first to ripen. Broad, earthy nose with immediate appeal on the nose and then very pronounced acidity. Very much a game of two halves, this wine. I’d wait until next year before broaching it to see how the nose and palate integrate. Really vibrant on the palate but the acidity dominates for now. Drink: 2019-2024.” 16.5 pts. | jancisrobinson.com – Jancis Robinson MW



TESCH | Königsschild Riesling trocken

2017 KÖNIGSSCHILD, TESCH Riesling trocken, Nahe

“From limestone soils mixed with loess and loam, Tesch’s 2017 Königsschild Riesling Trocken is very clear and elegant on the fine, pure and fresh, floral/herbal as well as yeasty nose. Round and fruity on the palate, this is a rather refined and delicate dry Riesling with round and lush, ripe fruit and a finely nervy minerality. The Königsschild is less tight and tensioned than the Löhrer Berg, but it’s a more frisky and filigreed type of Riesling. It’s very elegant and pure and perhaps a more feminine type with remarkable balance and a delicate finish. 12.5% alcohol. Bottled under screwcap. Tasted at the domain in July and at home in August 2019 (AP 06 18). | Drinking Date 2019 -2030.” 89 | robertparker.com – The Wine Advocate – Stephan Reinhardt

“Not a blockbuster, but a perfect example of a fine dry Riesling, this is seductive, delivering elegance and a silky texture, showing harmony between ripe orchard fruit and mineral notes, with a vibrant structure and good complexity. Long, lip-smacking finish.” 91/100 | Wine Spectator

“Whispers of smoke and crushed mineral lend nuance to bristling lemon and lime flavors in this dry, yet lusciously textured Riesling. Its fruit profile is fresh and forward yet it’s a steely, vibrantly mineral wine too.” 92/100 | Wine Enthusiast

“Another impressive wine from this bone-dry riesling specialist. Still a little shy and funky on the nose, but there’s a very satisfying balance of fresh fruit-salad and elegant acidity on the palate. Drink or hold. Screw cap.” 92 | jamessuckling.com – Stuart Pigott

“Brilliant turquoise for the King’s Shield vineyard on a mix of limestone, loess and alluvial loam. The vines here have particularly deep roots. Creamy, almond nose – rather subtle. Then a great wham of fruit on the palate. Very dense and explosive. Quite a showy wine compared with the Krone. Lots to chew on here; a little more astringent than some. This would partner food well. Charcuterie? Very long. Drink: 2018-2023.” 17 pts. | jancisrobinson.com – Jancis Robinson MW



TESCH | Krone Riesling trocken

2017 KRONE, TESCH Riesling trocken, Nahe

“From weathered red sandstone and light loam soils, the intensely yellow-colored 2017 (Laubenheimer) Krone Riesling Trocken is deep, ripe and complex on the flinty, refreshing, bright, mineral and citrus-scented nose. Some herbal aromas complete the bouquet of this expressive dry Riesling. Lush, round and intense on the palate, with a linear and finessed, nervy-mineral course on the palate, this is a tight and complex, salty and sustainable dry Riesling with a long and tensioned, crystalline and elegant finish. Still young and compact but sustainable and promising. An excellent effort. Tasted at the domain in July and at home in August 2019 (AP 07 18). | Drinking Date 2022-2040” 91 + | robertparker.com – The Wine Advocate – Stephan Reinhardt

“Effusive lemon-curd note on the nose, then a full, juicy palate with some nice structure, making this an impressive dry riesling. Long, powerful finish. Drink or hold. Screw cap.” 93 | jamessuckling.com – Stuart Pigott

“The golden Crown vineyard is on a steep slope facing south east with a mixture of decalcified loess and weathered sandstone. Wide diurnal temperature variation due to night-time westerlies. Lighter nose than the Löhrer Berg. Lifted and elegant – sort of reminds me of the character of Chassagne’s Caillerets. Then a strong lemon, almost lemon syrup, finish. Warm and rich on the finish. This one builds towards the end. Drink: 2018-2024.” 16.5+ pts. | jancisrobinson.com – Jancis Robinson MW



TESCH | Löhrer Berg Riesling trocken

2017 LÖHRER BERG, TESCH Riesling trocken, Nahe

“From loamy-gravelly soils in Langenlonsheim and a vineyard that was dedicated exclusively to Riesling 330 years ago, the 2017 Löhrer Berg Riesling Trocken is intense, elegant and sober on the spicy-mineral nose that displays ripe and concentrated fruit intertwined with deep earthy and vegetal notes that add depth and complexity. Lush, round and elegant on the palate, this is a fullbodied, dense and juicy dry Riesling with good grip, structure and length. Although the wine shows a certain maturity on the finish, especially compared to 2018, it is still young and needs another year or two to open up. However, it’s a seriously good Riesling bottled with 12.5% alcohol. Bottled under screwcap. Tasted two times in July and August 2019 (AP 05 18). | Drinking Date 2022 -2035.” 90 | ROBERT PARKER – The Wine Advocate – Stephan Reinhardt

“A bone-dry riesling that already gives pleasure, thanks to the generous limes and apples and the polish on the medium-bodied palate. Long finish. Drink or hold. Screw cap.” 92 | jamessuckling.com – Stuart Pigott

“One of the Nahe’s oldest vineyards, home to Riesling since 1688. Fertile gravelly loam. 40 year-old vines. Real race and depth on the nose. It’s immediately apparent that this is a step up from Unplugged. A note of white pepper and real breadth on the palate. The extract compensates for the high acidity. More broachable than the Unplugged. Lime crystals (and that’s not just because the label is lime green, I swear). Drink: 2018-2022.” 16.5 pts.| jancisrobinson.com – Jancis Robinson MW



TESCH | Riesling Unplugged trocken

2017 UNPLUGGED, TESCH Riesling trocken, Nahe

“The straw-yellow colored 2017 Riesling Unplugged is dry, clear, bright and aromatic on the fresh and slightly greenish shimmering nose. Pure and fresh on the palate, this is a full-bodied classic, racy and bone-dry Riesling that reveals a first maturity. The wine is lean and straight as well as tight and gripping, and it’s provided with good length and tension—a Nordic classic from a warm year. Tasted from AP 10 18 in July 2019. | Drinking Date 2019 -2027.” 89 | robertparker.com – The Wine Advocate – Stephan Reinhardt

“Tons of apple, lemon and gooseberry here. Sleek and very crisp, this youthful dry riesling screams out for seafood. Drink or hold. Screw cap.” 90 | jamessuckling.com – Stuart Pigott



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