TESCH Riesling

2018 St. Remigiusberg Riesling Trocken

Tesch’s 2018 St. Remigiusberg Riesling Trocken opens very clear, fresh and pure, with white fruit and mineral notes representing the terroir on weathered volcanic rocks and iron-rich clay soils. Full bodied yet lean and tensioned on the palate, this is a powerful but elegant, tightly woven, crystalline and herbal-flavored Riesling with precisely defined white fruit and remarkable mineral freshness and vitality. This once again is the top wine of the vintage—not only chez Tesch but also in the regional context. Tasted from AP 13 19 in August 2019. | Drinking Date 2019-2030.
93 | ROBERT PARKER – The Wine Advocate – Stephan Reinhardt

Last, from weathered volcanic soils, the Laubenheimer St. Remigiusberg is light in the mouth with a silk texture, good acidity, finesse, and minerality that needs a bit more time to fully express itself. Last digits of A.P. Nr.: 13 19. 12.5% stated alcohol.
92(+)/A | THE FINE WINE REVIEW – Claude Kolm

The orange one. From a vineyard next to the Karthäuser on weathered volcanic rock and iron-rich clay. Low yields and high extract. Lime syrup – but bone dry and particularly nervy and racy. This is irresistible. Such fine balance and an undertow of dangerous pungency. Drink now or hold. Perhaps my favourite of the bunch – but they are all extremely worthwhile. 12.5% | Drink 2019 – 2029.
17 pts.| JANCISROBINSON.COM – Reviewed by Jancis Robinson MW

2017 St. Remigiusberg Riesling Trocken

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 | ROBERT PARKER – 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 | JAMESUCKLING.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 – Reviewed by Jancis Robinson MW

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