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Seehof, 'Morstein Alte Reben' Riesling 2019

The reason we're discounting a wine which is highly allocated, and one where we received all of the country's 48 bottles, is purely to introduce you to what we believe is one of the great wines of the world. Seehof's dry rieslings are just that.

Seehof is often compared to his brother-in-law Keller, since they share vineyards and make a strikingly similar style of wine. I'm sure he gets tired of that. The wines are truly great, and we believe sometime soon will be as coveted as the in-law's.

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Here's what you should know about it:
  • Seehof is the brother-in-law to Keller. Keller makes the greatest and most expensive riesling in the world. They share a vineyard.
  • Alte Reben means old vines– that's a stamp of quality.
  • Trocken means dry. If you see that, you're safe.
Things we actually said...

At one point in time, sommeliers were so enthusiastic about riesling that they wore t-shirts with wine memes and had a summer long festival over the stuff. Thankfully, we just live with great bottles of dry riesling now instead of celebrating it enthusiastically. Seehof warrants a return to the enthusiasm though. This is great.

Grant Reynolds, Parcelle Wine
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