90pointsWeingut-Pension H.J.&E. Lehmen 2006 Kerner (Mosel-Saar-Ruwer)

Editors' Choice

Kerner is a variety not often seen in the U.S., although it is among the top five most planted white grapes in Germany. It's a cross between Trollinger (a red grape) and Riesling, making for—in this case—a pretty, aromatic white with hints of muskmelon, tropical fruit, maybe even some red berries, all on a light frame. Long and refreshing on the finish. Joe Czerwinski

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  • Alcohol
    7.5%
  • Bottle Size
    750 ml
  • Category
    White
  • Importer
    Wein Bauer Inc
  • Date Published
    8/1/2007
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