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Josmeyer Grand Cru Brand Riesling 2016

Josmeyer Grand Cru Brand Riesling

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/ 0.75 L btl

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Spec sheet

TypeWhite wine
AllergensContains sulfites
Alcohol contenti12.5%

Food pairing

Traditional cuisine / Seafood / Fish / Sushi / Sashimi / Meats with creamy sauces / Goat's cheese / Sheep cheese / Soft cheeses / Parmesan cheese

Ratings and awards

201692+ PK
201592+ PK18 JR
201493+ PK
201316.5++ JR
201292 PK17 JR95 SK93 WS
201117 JR90 WS
PK: ParkerJR: Jancis robinsonSK: SucklingWS: Wine spectator

Wine critics reviewsReviews by Parker, Jancis Robinson, and Suckling

The 2016 Alsace Grand Cru Brand Riesling offers an intense, clear, fresh, elegant and complex nose with bright fruit aromas and delicate terroir notes of milled granite and dried herbs. Lush, round and very elegant on the palate, this is a full-bodied, juicy, persistenly salty and piquant Brand, though it is still somewhat bitter on the finish. The aftertaste is very intense and concentrated, revealing a firm structure. Needs time. Tasted October 2018.

— Stephan Reinhardt (31/10/2018)Robert Parker Wine Advocate Vintage 2016 - 92+ PARKER

Slightly cheesy nose but great tension underneath. Dense and racy with great pungency. Lots of punch and confidence. Big and bold.

— Jancis Robinson (05/03/2018) Vintage 2015 - 18 JANCIS ROBINSON

This is very smoky and minerally. Hints of dried lemon and peach. Full body plus an incredible finish of dried pineapple and spice. Great wine. Drink now.

— James Suckling (25/09/2015) Vintage 2012 - 95 SUCKLING

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The winery



Josmeyer is one of Alsace's purest and most discerning producers and Jean Meyer, a passionate vine grower who started applying biodynamic methods very early on and without putting this forward for marketing purposes: the biodynamic way was an essential principle for Jean Meyer. Jean-Meyer passed away in January 2016 and today it's his daughters Céline and Isabelle (winemaker), already involved in the business for years, who are keeping continuity regarding the wines created...