Wilhelm Weil had a plan. It’s taken 20 years, but with the 2008 vintage, the manager of the Robert Weil estate in Germany’s Rheingau region will have repositioned and completed an overhaul of the estate’s range of wines.
I have written and blogged about dry German Rieslings in the past. It’s true that these wines have come a long way from the thin, tart versions I tried in the mid-80s while living in Germany. So what’s different now? A year.
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