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2021 Kilburg, Goldtropfchen Riesling Trocken, Mosel

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Regular price $45
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2021 Kilburg, Goldtropfchen Riesling Trocken, Mosel

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92
Regular price $45
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Brentwood, LA In-Store Only

This wine is available for in-store purchase at our Brentwood location in Los Angeles, California. Please come visit us to purchase, or contact us for more info.

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"Max Kilburg's major focus is on two, older-vine parcels in both the Ohligsberg and the Goldtröpfchen vineyards (Mosel) totaling only 1.2 hectares!"

Kilburg

Although we have just started seeing Kilburg floating around the market, there is some backstory to these wines, that makes the quality of what we have tasted make complete sense. Max is 20th(!) generation winemaker at this family's estate, Geierslay. Aside from that Max spent time working with one of our other favorite producers at the moment, Julian Haart. Wanting to take what he learned and the incredible land of his family, Max started his own label from 1.2 ha of Grand Cru vines Ohligsberg and Goldtropfhcen. Max is doing quite an incredible job at trying to dial in the way we look at Germany. These wines don't just represent "Mosel Riesling", but are deeper than that, giving a true reflection and identity of the individual vineyards they come from. Something we don't do often enough in Germany.

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Kilburg

"Max Kilburg's major focus is on two, older-vine parcels in both the Ohligsberg and the Goldtröpfchen vineyards (Mosel) totaling only 1.2 hectares!"

Although we have just started seeing Kilburg floating around the market, there is some backstory to these wines, that makes the quality of what we have tasted make complete sense. Max is 20th(!) generation winemaker at this family's estate, Geierslay. Aside from that Max spent time working with one of our other favorite producers at the moment, Julian Haart. Wanting to take what he learned and the incredible land of his family, Max started his own label from 1.2 ha of Grand Cru vines Ohligsberg and Goldtropfhcen. Max is doing quite an incredible job at trying to dial in the way we look at Germany. These wines don't just represent "Mosel Riesling", but are deeper than that, giving a true reflection and identity of the individual vineyards they come from. Something we don't do often enough in Germany.
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