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Weingut Emile Bauer & Sohne, Sex Drugs Rock n Roll Riesling 2023

Get to know: Weingut Emile Bauer & Sohne, Sex Drugs Rock n Roll Riesling

Tasting Note

A well-balanced dry Riesling with fruity aromas of peach, lime and mango. Crisp and fresh in the palate with more citrus fruit, minerality, some apricot. A refreshing finish keeps makes this one to reach for again and again.

A versatile match for food, you could try this with caramelised onion and goat’s cheese tart, Thai green curry or roast pork belly.

Kate Says

"This is a great example of that warmer, riper style of Riesling that the Pfalz region is known for. Combined with the cheeky label this is a memorable wine that's a perfect summer refresher. I'd enjoy this with barbecued prawns."

Producer Info

​This family business is into its fifth generation, after brothers Alexander and Martin took over from their father Norbert in 2011. The brothers set out on a radical, even controversial path to show German wines in a new and irreverent light. Their names and labels of course captured people’s attention – their wines have featured pit-side at the German Grand Prix – but behind the anecdotes and jokes are brilliantly made wines from the rolling hills of the Pfalz and their vineyards in and around Landau-Nussdorf.

All grapes for this wine come from the Bauer estate which comprises numerous vineyard sites around the town of Neustadt in der Pfalz. Some lie right on the border with Alsace, making the wines from this region not dissimilar in style. The Riesling is grown sustainably, with as little intervention as is possible in this region, the vines are companion planted between rows and all efforts to use natural / organic fertilisers & disease prevention are taken. The wine made very classically, inoculated yeast, stainless steel ferment and racked off the lees after fermentation to retain those primary fruit flavours. No malo. A third was fermented in oak barrel which makes it slightly more complex than keeping it in just stainless steel.

Germany, Pfalz