Our friend Ewald Moseler joins us again to discuss some Riesling from his home town of Zeltingen. We taste four wines from three producers we enjoy. The wines were showing very well, and they received a lot of enthusiasm from both of us. Ewald is a true expert at bringing in delicious and affordable wines from family estates in the Mosel valley, and it’s always fun to taste his latest imports. All of these producers are worth checking out, and we think they’d be enjoyable to newcomers or experienced drinkers of German Riesling. We taste the 2010 Selbach Blauschiefer Trocken, the 2011 Weingut Ackermann Zeltinger Himmelreich, the 2010 Herbert Pazen Zeltinger Deutschherrenberg Spatlese, and the 2009 Selbach Oster Zeltinger Schlossberg Auslese.
What was the first German Riesling that made a big impression on you?