Prinz Salm 2003 Schloss Wallhausen Berg Roxheim Spätlese Riesling (Nahe)

If German wine labels are confusing to Americans, labels like this one are one reason why. Traditionally this wine would be written as Roxheimer Berg, but for some reason this producer has written it Berg Roxheim. Green apple and diesel fuel aromas lead the way, followed by simple, fruity, apple flavors. Sweet and low in acidity, with a finish that's close to cloying. Try this as a dessert sipper with fresh fruit. Imported by Valckenberg International, Inc. Joe Czerwinski

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  • Alcohol
    9.5%
  • Bottle Size
    750 ml
  • Category
    White
  • Importer
    Valckenberg International, Inc
  • Date Published
    5/1/2005
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