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The most important asset of the Dr. Pauly-Bergweiler Wine Estate consists of its vineyards. Extensive care of these vineyards, combined with intentionally low yields and selective handpicking, serve as guarantors for our extraordinary wines and their individual and unique character. Our work flow in the wine cellar is focused on gentle treatment of the grapes and the young wines.
We use small stainless steel tanks where the grapes of each different vineyard can be fermented separately. The fermentation is temperature-controlled and kept very slow and at low temperatures to retain the diversity of aromas and the vitality of the wines. In most vintage years we have all the varieties found on a good wine menu, ranging from a juicy, hearty table wine to a creamy, sweet dry berry selection.

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  • Dornfelder

    History of the grape: Dornfelder was created in 1955 by German oenologist August Herold at the Weinsberg wine institu...

  • Chardonnay

    British wine writer and critic, Jancis Robinson, once noted that throughout the 80’s and 90’s in the United States, C...

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  • Dr. Pauly Bergweiler Wehlener Riesling Spatlese 20 2009

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    Classic Riesling aromas of petrol, honeysuckle and fresh mountain air. There's a bit of dissolved CO2 in the bottle, giving an added freshness to this already lively bottle, hints of floral sweetness grace the palate but they're balanced well by a zippy acidity, green apples and apricots. Fans of German Riesling will not be disappointed - this i... Read More

    Wine review by 834647Snooth Editorial 834647 Snooth Editorial


  • There's an argument to be made for Riesling, and it's made on a regular basis. It goes something like this: Riesling is great, it's flexible and it's food friendly, with wines ranging from dry to syrupy sweet, so there's something for everyone to like. This has been the argument of the day for years now. Trouble is Riesling still finds resistanc... Read More

    From the article One Man, 40 Rieslings


  • Dr. Pauly-Bergweiler Wehlener Sonnenuhr Kabinett Riesling 2011

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    Dusty on the nose with faint hints of waxy apricot fruit over citrus and apple aromas. A lovely blend of sweetness and vibrant acidity pops on entry, delivering peach fruit drenched in lime flavors and edged with a nice mineral cut. Perhaps just a bit sweet for Kabinett, but its lovely with energy in the mouth and lovely flashes of sweet orange ... Read More

    Wine review by Gregory Dal Piaz


  • Dr. Pauly-Bergweiler Riesling Spätlese Wehlener Sonnenuhr 2010

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    Intense on the nose, a bit earthy but full of spicy orchard fruits and baked citrus notes with a touch of cranberry. Enters the mouth on the sweet side, but at the same time with fabulous acids so there's that classic sweet/tart thing going on that I love in Riesling. The flavors are a bit spicy and run the gamut from apricot to golden raspberry... Read More

    Wine review by Gregory Dal Piaz


  • Dr. Pauly Bergweiler Wehlener Riesling Spatlese 20 2009

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    No written review

    Wine review by annecara


  • With the summer of Riesling in full swing, not to mention our own Riesling Global Tasting Initiative wrapping up, it’s a great time to talk about Riesling wines and those which might be perfect for your palate and pocketbook this summer.Riesling is a tricky variety to review. It’s one that really requires you to read any review that is accompany... Read More

    From the article Riesling Round Up


  • Dr. Pauly Bergweiler Riesling Spatlese Bernkasteler Alte Badstube 2011

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    Under the screw cap reduction this shows effusive notes of passion fruit, grapefruit, candle wax, mint and licorice of all things. Sweet and a bit fat in the mouth, this is easy and fruity with some melon tones and a lightly sweet core of apple fruit. Not much of a finish. Drinkable but clunky. 80pts Read More

    Wine review by Gregory Dal Piaz


  • Most of the time, I choose to drink my dessert - that is, I'll have a glass of Sauternes all alone instead of partnering it with a lemon tart or some other delicious treat to end to a meal. Sometimes, though, I really like to play with pairing dessert with wine.Opinions about how to do this are often split - many refuse to pair a sweet wine with... Read More

    Forum post in the topic Pairing Wine with Desserts


  • A couple of news items I was pondering today.First, Robert Parker came out with his ratings for the 2009 Bordeaux vintage. Ever the masochist, I decided to go look at some prices in the marketplace after the ratings were released. Some samplings:2009 Chatau Latour                        100 points                  $21,500 a case2009 Chateau Marg... Read More

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  • House Columbia Valley Riesling 2010

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    Shows bright apricot, peach and a little tangerine on the nose. Taste leans more toward pear and green apple rind, wet stone and mineral. Light in body, bright and lively, crisp and dry, but still with enough residual sugar to keep sweet Riesling lovers happy. Lingers nicely, and definitely delivers above the cost! Read More

    Wine review by KrisChislett


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