The Georg Fischer “Geyersberg” Riesling dry, which the master vinifies with careful use of wood, ensures the finest Riesling enjoyment. Georg Fischer can rightly be called an adventurer. As a photographer for renowned magazines such as GEO or Stern, he earned recognition and earned his living for many years. He was also highly successful as an advertising photographer. He collected the starting capital for his personal winery project.
In Rheinhessen, Georg Fischer found the right “uncut rough diamond” on the Uexküll farm in search of a suitable “rough diamond”. The listed old courtyard is located in the village of Bechtheim.
Elegant 95 point Riesling from top location
There, and in prime locations such as Geyersberg and Rosengarten, Georg Fischer has only a few hectares of land at its disposal, from which it is able to extract everything. Only the best Riesling and Chardonnay grapes are allowed into his wines, which he elaborates with great sensitivity. The Georg Fischer “Geyersberg” Riesling is a wonderful straw-yellow wine with platinum-coloured reflections, dry in its glass. It fills the nose with white fleshy peach, yellow apple, intense mineral nuances and ethereal and fresh citrus aromas. Meadow herbs, a little vanilla and delicate oak wood tones complement the very exciting and rich aromas.
On the palate, this 95-point Georg Fischer “Geyersberg” Riesling is an extraordinarily firm, powerful and velvety heavyweight of impressive elegance and mineral complexity. Very well done!