Leitz Ein Zwei Dry 2009
Almost none of Johannes’ wines taste “sweet.” They have the coiled power of a tightly closed fist. They are intensely fragrant, as though they wished to convince you of something. They are like Wachau wines; they crave oxygen, and they do show their best ice cold. They are, to my way of thinking, the most exciting wines currently made in the Rheingau and they didn’t get there with bazillions of yen or with mega-technology or with a Kantian superstructure of philosophy: Just a man, his dog, and their wines.
Crisp and refreshing with a bright green apple finish. Just perfect with california rolls, wasabi, ginger and soy.
Yes, it's dry. And refreshing. Went very well with BBQ.
We had this at Gotham Bar & Grill as part of their tasting menu with wine pairings. Tasty.
This was recently featured at my local wine/liquor store. The taste won me over...I didn't even realize it was a Riesling. This had an easy, refreshing, dry, and "green" flavor that keep me interested in a 2nd glass...ok 3rd...ok, I finished the bottle in 2 sittings.
Wonderfully crisp It is dry and austere with marked acid but also has a warm rich fruitiness.
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