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Rating: 96 Pts John Gilman - View from the CellarSize:750ML
Region: Nahe Country:Germany
Varietals: Riesling ABV:9%

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96 Pts John Gilman - View from the Cellar

"The 2013 Niederhauser Hermannshohle Spatlese from Weingut Donnhoff is as brilliant as the Brucke and had no troubles following hard on the heels of that great wine in our tasting in mid-March. The bouquet is highlighted again by a beautiful sense of refinement and filigree, as it offers up a smorgasbord of apple, white cherry, hints of petrol, a complex base of slate minerality, wild yeasts and a pungent floral topnote redolent of lavender and spring flowers. On the palate the wine is medium-full, pure and very elegant, with dancing acids, great focus and grip, laser-like delineation and a very, very long, pure and electric finish. What is so impressive about this wine is its very snappy acids are absolutely buried in the structure of the wine and the high extract here gives this wine such a suave and seamless palate impression that it is effortless to drink and seems likely to last for decades and decades. Another absolutely classic bottle of Spatlese! 2018-2040."

94 Pts Stephan Reinhardt - Robert Parker's Wine Advocate

"The 2013 Riesling Spatlese Niederhauser Hermannshohle is clear, pure and mineral on the nose, displaying lemon juice and crushed slate rocks, really refreshing. Sweet, rich and piquant on the palate, this is a vibrant and salty wine full of intensity, finesse and purity, quite young and firmly structured, very expressive and long. So salty!" (01/15)


"A perfect, steep southern slope with soils consisting of blackish grey slate and volcanic elements, extremely rich in minerals. Legendary, best-rated vineyard in the entire Nahe region.

Noble, classic Spatlese, full rich fruits on the nose and, despite its impressive intensity, dancingly elegant and buoyant.

For over 10 years, the Hermannshole has been rated the best site of the Nahe and is therefore the benchmark by which all other vineyards in the region are judged. This magnificent site takes its name from a small mine (Hohle actually means "cave") in the middle of the hillside. Hermann comes from Hermes, the Greek guardian of messengers and travellers and is probably an indication of an ancient place of worship. This purely south-facing site lies 130-175 m above sea level. The soils are mostly blackish grey slate mixed with extrusive igneous rock, porphyry, and limestone. Magnificent wines grow here, dry Grosse Gewachse ("great growth" or "Grand Cru") and noble sweet superior quality wines" - Winery