Emil Bauer & Söhne, Pfalz, Scheu Aber Geil (Shy But Cool)



This family business is on its fifth generation of winemakers, after brothers Alexander and Martin took over from their father Norbert in 2011. They set out on a radical, even controversial path to show German wines in a new and irreverent light. Their names and labels of course captured the imagination – their wines have featured pit-side at the German Grand Prix – but naturally the wines taste brilliant too. This wine is made using a grape variety called Scheurebe, which is a German cross between Riesling and a bouquet varietal. Straw yellow in the glass with a beguiling bouquet shows this Scheurebe aroma of black currants (Cassis), mandarins, and especially lime. On the palate it has grapefruit and tangerine. It goes perfectly with raw and roasted fish and dishes with lots of spice.


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