The "selbach" line is sourced fruit but with same crew all the way through. Made under two labels -- the German label and then American label.
This is thier "SB". Crisp, unoaked, fresh, and they are still working on it. The German wines used to be "lean and mean" but now they are changing. They are trying to achieve a dry, unoaked white, that fits into the SB category.
It is crisp and clean and that is about it. Some tart citrus. Very light and thin. In fact quite tasteless. The restaurant price of $50 is crazy. The consumer price in the wine store of around $12.50 as well.
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