93
points
James Suckling
92
points
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Situated above Laubenheim, the southwest-facing vineyard from which this wine's grapes are collected is formed in the shape of an amphitheater. The weathered sandstone soil collects and stores warmth efficiently, ensuring that the grapes planted there ripen first. The Riesling produced from these Karthäuser grapes is almost as imposing as the vineyard itself: ripe, quiet, powerful, and spicy, with a tight structure and admirable acidic restraint. The name comes from its medieval owners, a cloister of Carthusian monks known for their vows of silence.

UPC: 4015276102248

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