Weingut Lubentiushof - Mosel
Susanne und Andreas Barth erzeugen in ihrem Weingut Lubentiushof nicht nur Gutsrieslinge, die auf gleicher Geschmackshöhe mit den besten Deutschlands sind, sondern auch einen herausragenden Lagenriesling namens Gondorfer Gäns, der in diesem Preissegment durchaus einen Standard setzen kann. Andreas Barth gilt als Meister der Spontanvergärung, was Sie beim Genießen seiner Weine bestätigen können. Das Weingut Lubentiushof ist Mitglied von FAIR´N GREEN. Alle Weine enthalten minimale Mengen Sulfit und sind natürlich vegan. Da wir als autorisierter Handelspartner alle unsere Weine direkt vom Weingut Lubentiushof beziehen, können wir Ihnen auch die beste Qualität garantieren. Die Weine der Jahrgänge 2014 und 2015 sind ein herausragender Erfolg, besitzen trotz wenig Alkohol viel Geschmack und sind zu Weingutspreisen lieferbar.

'Doch die trockenen Weine vom Lubentiushof sind herausragend. Als ich sie das erste Mal in ihrer ganzen Pracht verkostete, war ich erstaunt. Die trockenen Rieslinge aus der Gäns sind für mich die besten trockenen der gesamten Mosel.' Falstaff
'The 2017 collection by Lubentiushof is again a huge success as it manages to harness the intensity and power of the vintage and turns it into elegance made Riesling. The wines from the Gäns are true highlights and the Gäns Alte Reben is probably the finest ever at this Estate and a strong candidate for off-dryRiesling highlight of the vintage.The Uhlen Alte Reben shows great presence and proves utterly enjoyable.' Jean Fisch & David Rayer in Mosel Fine Wines
'When putting the question “how was the vintage?” to Andreas Barth, his reaction was one of amazement: “Never in my dreams would I have thought that such a hot and dry vintage, actually even hotter and drier than 2003, was to deliver such elegant and focused wines at my Estate. The critical aspect was for me the fact that the dry weather basically led the grapes to shut down their development during the summer, thereby protecting it from hydric stress, something which did not happen as much in 2003 and where consequently sugar levels shot through the roof. In addition, the September rain, which made us all nervous, proved a godsend gift as it allowed the grape to fill with juice and finish the ripeness. This explains why our harvest yielded grapes with moderate sugar levels: Around 80° Oechsle for our basic wines and no more than 95° Oechsle for our top ones. The wines are focused and full of potential.”
Harvest started on October 12 and was completed in two weeks. The Estate produced its usual portfolio of dry wines which includes again a Gäns X (made from a tank which finished its fermentation to complete legally dry levels) and, for the first time, a Gäns S, made also from the best old-vine fruit in the Gäns but fermented in a newly acquired 600-liter oak cask from the Stockinger cooperage. The collection also includes a Spätlese from the Gäns. The “simpler” and the fruity-styled wines were bottled in May and the better dry wines in August. It also re-released tiny amounts of its 2003er Gondorfer Schlossberg commercially this year (we added the tasting at the bottom of our list).
After a hugely successful 2014 vintage, Andreas Barth produced another great collection of wines in 2015 which is topped by two superb dry-tasting expressions of Riesling, the Koberner Uhlen Alte Reben and the Gäns Alte Reben. As Andreas mentioned, we are also positively surprised by the great elegance and freshness of these wines in the overall ripe 2015 vintage. The oak-aged Gäns S proves also highly successful and full of potential. All in all, Lubentiushof continues to produce amazingly elegant Riesling full of presence and finesse.' Jean Fisch & David Rayer in Mosel Fine Wines
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