Fritz’s Riesling is named for the long-time winemaker of Gunderloch in the Rheinhessen, Fritz Hasselbach. While many lesser-expensive German Rieslings come from co-operatives or from large, machine-harvested plantings, Fritz’s Riesling is sourced from the same area, owned by the Hasselbachs, on a slope of Riesling vines between the village of Nackenheim and the village of Nierstein. It’s the same area where the famous Gunderloch Rieslings originate. This wine is part of the Rudi Wiest Selections of German wines.
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