For rock and pop music, the term ‚unplugged‘ stands for acoustic musical performances that allow the performer to reach the audience in a personal and intimate manner. With the electronic amplification and distortion switched off, the musicians are forced to develop a pure sound. In the age of mechanical reproduction and mass produced goods, the „Unplugged“ principle stands for the attention to craftsmanship and technical skills, and the recognition that not every innovation and new trend automatically makes music better. At Weingut Tesch, we have embraced this philosophy within own medium: Riesling. The white peach nose is contained within a finely woven net of acidity. Racy, refined and refreshing on the palate, the wine is a testament to the philosophy: pure, honest and dry.