Roxheimer Hollenpfad Riesling Trocken, Donnhoff
An ancient name that translates to “path to hell”. A Grosses Gewächs site, steeply sloping with a southern aspect in a small side valley of the middle section of the Nahe River. Weathered red sandstone soil.
It means, basically, “Highway To Hell.” I kid you not. It’s from the cadaster parcel Mühlberg, which could be a GG, but this is a famously tardy wine—Kahlenberg gives you a chummier greeting. — Terry Theise
Request a shelf talker/case card