Delightful sparkling wine, made from 100% Riesling grapes. Importer tasting notes: Sustainably made and vegan, this fresh and delightfully fruity Sekt that has excellent balance from the crisp acidity. Perfect as an aperitif. "Extra Dry" (which, unhelpfully, actually means slightly sweet...)


Producer tasting notes: Riesling full of character from the steep slopes of the Middle Nahe. The vines grow here on stony, volcanic weathered soils, especially porphyry and melapyr, with shares of slate and quartzite. Hearty, fresh and clear, elegant with stimulating minerality. A wonderful wine for every day with not too much alcohol and very fine acidity. Trocken (dry)


Importer tasting notes: A great dry Riesling, very complex, displaying great, smoky crystallised minerality with a flinty character. Unmistakably Felsenberg. Trocken (dry)


Producer tasting notes: A dry Riesling with crisp acidity and expressive peach and lychee fruit. Classic style of Pfalz Riesling which is a relatively warm region for Germany. Crisp and fresh, with those typical flavours of citrus fruits, minerality and some crunchy green apples. A refreshing dry finish, too. Trocken (dry)


Producer tasting note: A Riesling of exotic guile, with notes of pineapples, lemons and violets. On the palate, ripe acidity keeps the creamy flavours of mango, pineapples and lychee fresh and playful. The finish is both long and lively. Spätlese (medium sweet)


Producer tasting notes: A fossilised dinosaur's footprint was said to give the name to this south-facing Drachenstein (Dragonstone) vineyard, overlooking the Rhine. Quartzite rock gives the wine a crisp minerality, poise and elegance. The lemon, lime and peach fruit perfectly partners spicy Asian cuisine, seafood & salads. Or simply enjoy as an apéritif.

Unleash the dragon! Halbtrocken (a little sweet)


Producer tasting notes: The nose shows very pleasant fruit and rich, yeasty notes. Full and spicy with nuances of peach and apricot; ripe apples and a hint of carambola. The delicate and lively acidity is supported by ripe mirabelle and is an outstanding example of the terroir. Medium-bodied and slightly salty this is a clear, elegant and very pleasurable Riesling, ideal for many occasions. We think it's a nice aperitif with oysters, it's pretty delicious with sashimi and even matches brilliantly with smoked fish. Trocken (dry)


Importer tasting notes: Delicate fragrance of white peaches, apricot and juicy pears. Impressive mouthfeel, lasting flavours. The classical Riesling in expression and elegance. Great with all kinds of seafood, veal, and salads with a non-vinegar based dressing.


Producer tasting note: Grown in deep clay soil, right next to Germany's oldest vineyard, "Niersteiner Glöck". Explosive, stimulating citrus aromas, imperceptible residual sweetness and a brilliant finish. Kabinett (a little sweet)


Tasting note (Anna): Bright and mouthwateringly juicy on the nose with lots of ripe mango and nectarine notes, and a hint of petrol. More mango on the palate with orange papaya and white grapes, and a deliciously unctuous mouthfeel. The perfect accompaniment to a Thai green curry or good quality Stilton. Spatlese (medium sweet)


Producer tasting notes: Pale gold in colour. Aromatic, with scents of apricot, green apple and white peach. Fresh fruit flavours are perfectly balanced by a racy acidity and a fine, mineral character. Enjoy on its own or with a range of light appetisers, white meat, BBQ, seafood dishes, and perfect with all styles of spicy food. Halbtrocken (a little sweet)


Tasting note (Anna Lee Iijima at Wine Enthusiast): Flavours of yellow peach and preserved quince are succulent and penetrating in this sprightly Spatlese. While semisweet in style and hedonistically fruity, it's balanced by tangs of steel and crushed minerals. The finish is moderately long, lingering on a hint of fresh herb. Enjoyable already but this is likely to improve through 2030. Spatlese (medium sweet)


A lovely medium-dry Riesling. Vibrant with elements of citrus, floral notes, stonefruit and great minerality.  


Producer tasting notes: Black basalt stones enrich the sandy loam soils in Forster Pechstein with classy minerality. A concentrated with with a pronounced lime-marmalade note and a long, elegant finish. Trocken (dry)