Great whites of the world new in store

Posted by Joelle Thomson on

There are opportunities and then there are great opportunities. Last month we were offered the chance to take a look through one of the great and quirkiest wine catalogues we are lucky enough to see, that of Oh So Pretty Wines. The importer is scientist-turned-winemaker and now wine importer, Andrew Hedley in Marlborough.

Hedley is a great fan of Riesling and he imports the best range of it that's available in this country. Volumes are small, quality is incredibly high and we have secured a small number of the best bottles, including wines from Clemens Busch, Weingut Wittmann, Koehler-Ruprecht and Weingut Robert Weil.

It's not only Riesling but also some Spatburgunder, which literally translates as 'late Burgundy and is the German name for Pinot Noir.

Clemens Bush is a 15 hectare vineyard owned by Rita and Clemens Busch on the impressively steep banks of the Mosel River in Germany where their Marienburg Grosse Lage (Grand Cru) vineyard defines the quality of the wines. 

Pop in store to buy these outstanding Rieslings and interesting Pinot Noirs from one of the oldest wine regions in the world, Germany.

Buy and learn more about these great wines here.

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