Selbach Incline Riesling is a blend of vineyards. It has the vibrancy of Mosel fruit, with the lovely slatey mineral notes. There is no tricks, just great quality fruit, preserved and bottled.
The flavours of Selbach Incline are of ripe stonefruits, flint, black stones. A hint of spice. The palate has a touch of sweetness upfront but finishes dry and savoury. At 11.5% alcohol, it is a refreshing drink that you can enjoy a second glass of without much effort.
Drink your Selbach Incline from release. Don’t be afraid to leave some for 7 + years in the collection, they’ll only become more fascinating.
Selbach-Oster likes to keep things simple. Their old vines are mostly on their own roots. They farm using organic principles. The winemaking is hands-off. They are preserving the quality of fruit and shaping it in a wine to cellar. The whole Selbach range is complex, engaging, a lovely to drink.
The most notable of a star list of German Riesling producing regions. The steep sun-drenched hills get the fruit ripe. While the cold climate allows for a long growing season. This maintains acidity and mature flavours. Sugar is purposely left in the wines the balance out the acid. The fruity Kabinett and late-picked Spatlese can finish dry and savoury. The sweeter Auslese, Beerenauslese and Trockenbeerenauslese are all exercises in intensity and complexity.
One of the world’s most noble varieties and known transmitter of terroir. Riesling is an important variety of quality wine production. Although only makes up approximately 4% of the planted area. Find wonderful Riesling in Germany, Austria, Alsace and Australia. They can be as dry as any wine you’ll taste or super sweet and luscious. See more about Riesling here.