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Seehof Rheinhessen Riesling Feinherb 2023

Seehof Rheinhessen Riesling Feinherb 2023

Regular price $19.00 USD
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Where: Rheinhessen, Germany
Grapes: Riesling 
Body: Light / off-dry

Category: White Wine

The Seehof Riesling Feinherb is an off-dry style of Riesling that's not too sweet but not too dry, you will notice the residual sugar in the weight of the wine on the palate, but it will finish fresh and lively.

Light gold in the glass with pristine aromas of nectarine, peach, key lime and a touch of apricot. Focused and crisp on the palate with a vibrant minerality to balance the ripe fruit concentration.

sustainable // hand harvested // native yeast // no additives 
2022  //  750ml  // 12%



The Riesling Feinherb is fermented in stainless steel and ages for 4-5 months in tank before then bottling.

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Those who remain “unwoke” to the current wine scene in the Rheinhessen may still write the region off as the land of Liebfraumilch—that mass-produced, semi-sweet wine that Germans would hardly deign to drink themselves, directing it instead toward unsuspecting export markets. But much as Beaujolais is no longer defined as Nouveau alone, this gently rolling river valley has undergone a viticultural renaissance. And that’s thanks, in large part, to a guy named Klaus Peter Keller.

OK—this isn’t the story of Klaus Peter Keller. (That story can be found on the Keller profile page.) This is the story of Florian Fauth (who happens to be Keller’s brother-in-law). Fauth is the 5th generation owner-winemaker of his family’s estate in Westhofen—an area characterized by its limestone soil. He farms plots in the village’s now-highly-regarded crus: Kirchspiel, Morstein and Steingrube. And his wines have garnered praise from German wine critics in-the-know for their understated yet crystalline clarity, their silken texture, zesty fruit and kinetic acidity. Fauth values purity over brute power, so it’s serendipitous that his vineyards have been blessed with the unique aspect and soil structure to give him the filigreed fine-ness he craves.