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Insane Price Reduction on Snazzy German Wines: Up to 60% Off!

German Sale

 
  • Standard 10% off Discount
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2015 Muller Catoir Haardt Muskateller Trocken (6 bottle max per customer)
Was: $39.99
Newsletter Sale Price: $19.99
Arguably one of the 2-3 greatest dry Muscats on earth.  Tasting notes of, basil oil and mint, but this year is riper and richer than usual; lots of thrust if slightly less cut than a vintage like ’13, though a jolt of spice pierces through the richness. Absurdly long and adamant finish.


2014 George Bruer Rauenthal Estate Riesling Trocken
Was: $28.99
Newsletter Sale Price: $13.99
Such an amazing wine, I wish more people knew of it, or actually, no, let's keep it exclusive. There is this weird iris and tulip scent that has a lemon oil concentration mixed with this elusive yet potent minerality singing from the glass. The floral element is so pervasive on the palate, it's like an abusive mother rang out a child's curse filled mouth with floral soap, if the floral soap was delicious and tasted like Lucky Charms. Shame on you mom! 

 

2013 Kunstler Rudesheimer Drachenstein Riesling Trocken (4 bottle max per customer)
Was: $59.99
Newsletter Sale Price: $24.99
Like drinking freshly minted, Federal Reserve printed, golden nectar. Lush without being cloying. Exotic without wanting exotic food. There is an intense myriad of gorgeous, out of this planet flavors, percolating around the nose that makes this a heavenly experience even Marianne Williamson couldn't describe in under a sentence. 


2013 Deidesheimer Hergottsacker Riesling Kabinett Trocken
Was: $28.99
Newsletter Sale Price: $13.99
From Thierry Theise: "Here is an extremely scintillating and electric dry riesling with a good bit of bottle age. It's got that "fossil fuel" aromatic that developes in time with whites from the Mosel. The acidity and minerality are intertwined to such a degree that the mouthfeel is perfectly seemless and elegant. At 11.5% ABV, it's not bone dry but pretty close. You could throw some richness at this one and be happy as a clam. Hey...wait a minute! Baked clam, by gum!"

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