All wines stored at 55° and 70% humidity
There's no producer in Germany who's seen a meteoric rise to stardom like that of the Nahe's Tim Fröhlich. In 2005 he was named Newcomer of the Year by Gault-Millau, and in 2010 their Winemaker of the Year - the youngest ever to receive the honor. The range at Schäfer-Fröhlich has somehow continued to improve even from the estate's magical vintages produced over the past decade.
"The wild and funky fragrance of freshly crushed herbs is the signature tune of both site and maker and pronounced notes of green mint and parsley don’t disappoint. There is a cool freshness about the flavour, which almost cuts the palate. It’s the sappy and zingy taste of freshly crushed greens, supported by the mineral association of wet pebbles, which refreshes the parts other Grosse Gewächse can’t reach."
- Michael Schmidt, Jancisrobinson.com