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Weiser-Künstler Mosel Riesling 2014

$21

Exclusively produced from riesling grapes, the winery's range of wines covers all levels of the classical German quality hierarchy. They focus, however, on the production of wines with residual sweetness, some of them showing signs of botrytis.

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Ratings on Delectable

Kyle Altomare Delectable Pro

Cellar Master at Clos Pegase Winery

Acid for days

Acid for days

9.2

Vinny Eng Delectable Pro

'Like sucking on a lemon and licking a gravel driveway.' #summerofriesling #gummystickylove

'Like sucking on a lemon and licking a gravel driveway.' #summerofriesling #gummystickylove

9.4

Lenn Thompson Delectable Pro

Publisher NewYorkCorkReport

Electric. Dry and grippy but not overly austere. Razors edge riesling.

Electric. Dry and grippy but not overly austere. Razors edge riesling.

9.2

David Lincoln

Feinherb.

Feinherb.

9.0

Michael Piaker

27 February 2016. #bigglounyc, Wythe Hotel, Brooklyn, NY.

27 February 2016. #bigglounyc, Wythe Hotel, Brooklyn, NY.

9.1

Robert Gingras

Sweet up front, acidic on the back, all fruity and light. Very smooth.

Sweet up front, acidic on the back, all fruity and light. Very smooth.

9.5

Scott G

Delicious. Sharp acidity balanced by residual sugar. Feather-light. Prominent minerality and salinity.

Delicious. Sharp acidity balanced by residual sugar. Feather-light. Prominent minerality and salinity.

8.7

Melissa White

Delicious!

Delicious!

9.0

Matthew Annenberg

Nice, very slightly off-dry Riesling.

Nice, very slightly off-dry Riesling.

9.0

Paul Slattery

This is a fantastic bright Riesling. Love it

This is a fantastic bright Riesling. Love it

9.2

Location

  • 1 Rockefeller Plaza
    New York, NY 10020

  • Hours:
    Monday-Friday: 10am-7pm
    Saturday: 11am-7pm
    Sunday: Closed

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