2015 Jean-Luc Mader Riesling

Alsace, France

Contains 15% de-classified Grand Cru fruit from vines in the great Rosacker vineyard. A dry Riesling with texture and depth. Intense floral and citrus aromas with mineral backing and a wonderful acid backbone. Drink with goat's cheese and onion tart or smoked fish.


  • Style & Food Matching

    Contains 15% de-classified Grand Cru fruit from vines in the great Rosacker vineyard. A dry Riesling with texture and depth. Intense floral and citrus aromas with mineral backing and a wonderful acid backbone.

    Drink with goat's cheese and onion tart or smoked fish.

    Tech Notes

    Varietal / Blend: Riesling

    Decant: Not necessary

    Closure: Screw cap

    Farming Practices: Organic

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  • Alsace, France

    The Mader domaine is a very small quantity, high quality wine producer based in the picture postcard village of Hunawihr in the middle of vineyards on the Route des Vins. In June 2019 their 2018 Rieslings were both rated among the best of the vintage by Revue du Vins de France magazine who have also ranked the estate among the best of Alsace each year. The family own just over 10 hectares of vineyards, including prized holdings of vines in the famous ‘Rosacker’ Grand Cru vineyard and also now in the Grand cru Schlossberg. All vineyard work is carried out by hand and since 2005 their son Jerome is now running the estate having studied and gained a Diploma in Oenology. Since returning to the family estate Jerome has also converted all their vineyards to organic viticulture.

    Rieslings here are some of the few in Alsace produced in a classic fine dry style built to age. In exceptional years a tiny volume of late harvest ‘Vendanges Tardive’ Riesling is made in a similar fine, elegant style that ages superbly. Jerome is fanatical about quality so yields are kept very low and selections for all wines are very strict ensuring the highest quality. The entire range of wines from the Mader family taste true to their grape varieties and vineyard origins and all represent fantastic value.

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