Georg Breuer

Finished alcohols are in the upper 11s or just over 12%, enhancing the tendency at this address to achieve ever-greater refinement, clarity and filigree in dry Rieslings that were already among the Rheingau’s best. DAVID SCHILDKNECHT

Bernhard Breuer was a pioneer. Few other estates in Germany had been as consistent over the years with their dry rieslings as Georg Breuer had been under his guidance. Moreover, these wines age gracefully and are always near the top of their class in the “ten years after” tastings that I do each year. JOEL B PAYNE, Vinous Media

Tasting Theresa Breuer’s most recent vintages is always a highlight while traveling through the Rheingau. Her Rieslings are lean, straight and very mineral, and although they might appear a bit austere in their youth, they are highly refined and can age terrifically well, revealing their complexity year after year a little bit more. STEPHAN REINHARDT, The Wine Advocate