Isabelle's thoughts on Riesling:
Alsace is a hotbed for natural wine, which is a remarkable evolution. Rewind a few years and it was a pretty conventional landscape, home to no more than a handful of natural wine producers. Today it is bursting at the seams with dozens of new, young growers sprouting across its incredibly rich, mountain-rift, Rhine valley terroir. In fact, it is fast becoming one of France’s most exciting wine regions. This Riesling is a very pure yet opulent, ripe, honeyed, concentrated wine from an underrated cellar that definitely deserves more limelight as they make really good wines. Geschickt’s Riesling has some smokiness but also lifted and refreshing lime and citrus notes, and drinks beautifully now. I would actually drink this at the end of a meal with some nice hard cheese.
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