More German 2009s - a Nahe double
2 Nov 2010 by Jancis Robinson
See our guides to our extensive coverage of Germany's toothsome 2009s - and don't forget the more classical German 2008s . As a complement to today's selection of German 2009s from The Wine Society, here is a selection of tasting notes on German 2009s from two of the liveliest producers in the Nahe region. The Nahe is of course famous for being home to the great names of Dönnhoff and Emrich Schönleber , whose wines we have already reviewed, but I particularly admire what a much less established producer Martin Tesch has achieved. He was not only an early adopter of screwcaps and particularly eye-catching, modern...

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