Reichsrat Von Buhl, Riesling Bone Dry
About the Wine: This Riesling is crisp with white peach and apple blossoms, a dusty minerality, with notes of stone. It is medium bodied with a striking texture. “The winemakers at Reichsrat von Buhl like dry wines. Really dry wines. Dry according to German wine law but can be up to 9g residual sugar. And that is not dry, or not dry enough. At least not for them. With Von Buhl "dry" is between 0 and 4g residual sugar. But on the bottle is legally compliant with just "dry" on it. So, they thought about visualizing their style of dry, bone-dry, and manifesting it on the label. The next consideration was to visually integrate the respective wine aromas into the skull, which stands for "bone-dry". Et voilà - by Buhl Bone Dry was born!” About the Producer: Founded in 1849, Reichsrat von Buhl is in Deidesheim, Germany and is known for some of the noblest Rieslings from the best vineyards in Mittelhaardt. It has been family owned for more than 150 years. It is certified organic and focuses on sustainability.