Wolf Birkweiler

Villa Wolf

Ernst Loosen Pfalz Pinot Noir Rosé 2023

I’m baaaack! I’m sure no one missed me but I’ve been off the app for a while. Lots of life happening. So. Decided to jump back on due to a new to me Rose’ that I discovered. Germans can make wine! This is a wonderful deck wine with all types of food or by itself to celebrate the end of a long day. Everyone has described this wine spot on. For me though I get a slight hint of cinnamon on the end and the acidity is primo with smoked meats or a nice charcuterie! Love finding new gems! Enjoy. PS. I love this super-chilled but it is good at room temp as well. Thanks for putting up with the amateur!!! — 3 days ago

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Wolf Blass

Grey Label McLaren Vale Shiraz 2018

Fruit forward, big cassis notes. Not the longest finish but this is definitely a good value quaffer. Having it chilled after a long exhausting day on Fraser Island adds to the allure. 🇦🇺 — 7 months ago

Dr. Bürklin-Wolf

Grosses Gewächs Jesuitengarten Riesling 1999

This is so fuc.ing delicious. Still a baby — 24 days ago

Jeroen, Dick and 9 others liked this

Villa Wolf

Ernst Loosen Pfalz Pinot Gris 2022

Sampled at coffee grounds. Bright and sour, would definitely buy! — 3 months ago

Painted Wolf Wines

The Den Pinotage 2021

Ted
8.9

Damn good table wine. Strawberries and slightly sweet. Not much but it’s there. — 6 months ago

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Jose, Tom and 6 others liked this

Villa Wolf

Ernst Loosen Pfalz Pinot Noir 2023

Similar bright/sour as the Pinot Gris. Sampled at coffee grounds and would purchase! — 3 months ago

Dr. Bürklin-Wolf

Ruppertsberger Hoheburg P.C. Riesling 2021

2021 Dr. Burklin-Wolf Ruppertsberger Hoheburg — 3 months ago

Aravind, Severn and 2 others liked this

Dr. Bürklin-Wolf

Wachenheimer Gerümpel PC Riesling 2016

Very good pfalz riesling offering complexity, depth and power. Nice notes of ageing and miles to go from here. — 6 months ago

Jan and John liked this

Dr. Bürklin-Wolf

Bürklin Estate Riesling 2020

Dry and very classic tasting Riesling. Wet stone, lime, honeysuckle, green apple, green pear, flint, and the faintest hint of petrol. Clean with high acidity, medium alcohol, light body and a terrific compliment to food. I had it with tuna tartare and it was a knockout. Terrific value. — a year ago

Tom and Paul liked this