Non-VDP Riesling - feinherb & Kabinett
4 Jul 2012 by Michael Schmidt & Tamlyn Currin
For the background to this tasting, see Non VDP Riesling - entry - level & premium trocken . For more tasting notes and articles, see Germany 2011 - the guide . Producers were asked to send wines made in the off-dry style, and these were split into two flights: feinherb and Kabinett. It seems that feinherb is now the new halbtrocken, as most producers appears to be using that designation for their off-dry wines. In actual fact, only one producer presented a wine for this tasting labelled halbtrocken. Despite the fact that some growers seem to interpret feinherb as a slightly sweeter version of the old halbtrocken (the use...

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