This extremely popular introductory wine embodies the elegant and racy style of classic Mosel Riesling. It is refreshing and fruity, with a fine mineral edge that is typical of the region. The grapes used to make Dr. L come exclusively from traditional vineyards with steep slopes and slate soil.
There's a buzz of electric acidity that hits the mid-palate here, softened by tones of luscious peach, pineapple and guava. It's delicate and thrilling on the palate but lavishly floral and fruity through a long, reverberating finish.
This estate-grown Riesling Kabinett showcases the mineral-driven style of the steep, blue slate vineyards in the middle Mosel. It comes from parcels owned by Dr. Loosen in the villages of Bernkastel, Graach and Wehlen, where the soil is pure blue slate. It is bright and vibrant with the classic white peach fruit and floral, flinty minerality that is so typical of this terroir. This wine makes an elegant aperitif and is an excellent match for seafood and spicy Asian cuisine.
Fleshy and plump compared to this producer's more mineral medium-sweet kabinett, this bottling is a glorious fountain of lusciously sweet yellow peach, apple and tangerine flavors. It's still zesty and spry in texture, with riveting pin points of acidity that linger on the finish.
Light on its feet and fruity, this is an easy-drinking wine that boasts concentrated flavors of white grapefruit, apple and lemon. It's off dry and uncomplicated, with a thirst-quench finish that is edged by a delicate honey tone.