Germans are world champions of per capita sparkling wine consumption. Why? Because they taste great and really, why do we need to wait for a special occasion? Von Schleinitz offers a variety of styles based on Riesling and Pinot Noir, that will make any occasion special.

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VS Riesling Brut Sparkling


100% estate grown Riesling, picked at high acid levels, but sufficient ripeness to provide a creamy rich texture. Very aromatic with a fine bouquet of lees.

Profiles            2014        2013

Shelftalkers    2014        2013

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VS Kon Secco


Fresh, spritzy, lively! Pop and enjoy! Dry, 100% Riesling showing tingly effervescence and rich fruit flavors. The fun way to enjoy dry Riesling: frizzante!

Profiles               2016        2015       2014

Shelftalkers       2016        2015        2014

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HIGHDEF Bubbly


HIGHDEF providing an “HD picture” of what Mosel Riesling is about: crisp acidity due to cool climate, fun bubbles to enhance the joy, tingling minerality from slate soil and bursting fruit from the queen of grapes: “Riesling”.

Profiles              2015

Shelftalkers    2015

Von Schleinitz dry wines, red or white, reflect the varietal and the terroir, showing typicity and harmony from delightfully easy drinking to grand-cru complexity.

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VS Riesling Dry


A great alternative to Pinot Gris or Sauvignon Blanc and un-oaked Chardonnay. A very versatile food wine!

Profiles              2016        2015        2014

Shelftalkers    2016        2015        2014

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VS Apollo Riesling Dry


Apollo Dry Riesling is a single vineyard “Weissenberg” selection harvested at ultra high ripeness and then fermented dry to provide the wine with rich Riesling aroma.

Profiles             2016         2015

Shelftalkers    2016        2015

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VS Nitor Riesling Dry


NITOR is Latin for “excellence”, an appropriate name for a wine from high Auslese ripeness grapes that reflects soil and climate in its taste with elegance and finesse.

Profiles              2016        2015        2013

Shelftalkers    2016        2015        2013

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VS CARA Uhlen Riesling Dry


With the name meaning “dear”, “precious” and “beloved”, the wine is beautiful, elegant and rare, made from botrytis free ultra-high ripened grapes:  a true “Grand Cru” in a dry style from VS.

Profiles              2015

Shelftalkers    2015

Von Schleinitz dry wines, red or white, reflect the varietal and the terroir, showing typicity and harmony from delightfully easy drinking to grand-cru complexity.

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VS Pinot Noir Dry


A unique style of rich red fruit focus along with soft tannin provides a very aromatic and very typical Pinot Noir.

Profiles              2015        2012

Shelftalkers    2015        2012

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VS Pinot Noir Rosé Dry


A unique style of rich red fruit focus along with soft tannin provides a very aromatic and very typical Pinot Noir.

Profiles              2016        2015        2014

Shelftalkers    2016        2015        2014

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VS Blanc de Noir Dry


This refreshing dry 100% Pinot Noir still wine is called “Blanc de Noir”, a white wine made from the red pinot noir grapes. It shows Pinot Noir fruit without the tannin associated with a red Pinot Noir.

Profiles              2016      2015        2014

Shelftalkers    2016       2015        2014

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HIGHDEF Sweet Red


HIGHDEF providing an “HD picture” of what a sweet red is about: fresh upfront fruit, rich round mouthfeel without dominant sweetness and low and soft enjoyable tannin.

Profiles              2015

Shelftalkers    2015

Tasty fruity or sweeter style wines are never about sweetness, but about the multiple layers of fruit expressed and supported by the sweetness. The key is fruit ripeness and balance, which you find in every bottle of wine made by von Schleinitz.

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VS Riesling


On the sweeter side, this is juicy and reminiscent of peach and apple. Straightforward and refreshing.

Profiles              2015        2014

Shelftalkers    2015        2014

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VS Riesling Weissenberg


Bursting fruit yet shining minerality, many layers of fruit dancing on the palate, elegant and well-integrated. Peach, nectarine and grapefruit flavors hold court with a lining of mineral, followed by a refreshing finish

Profiles              2016        2015        2013

Shelftalkers    2016        2015        2013

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VS Riesling Auslese Weissenberg


Rich, yet crisp, offering peach and mineral notes. Plump initially, getting even firmer by the finish.

Profiles              2015

Shelftalkers    2015

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HIGHDEF Riesling


HIGHDEF providing an “HD picture” of what Mosel Riesling is about: crisp acidity due to cool climate, tingling minerality from slate soil and bursting fruit from the queen of grapes: “Riesling”

Profiles              2015

Shelftalkers    2015

The ultimate expression of Riesling. Luscious, rich, creamy layers of fruit combined with honey characteristics often described as the “nectar of the gods”. Devine!

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VS Eiswein


A particularly exciting Eiswein. The rich intense fruit laced with honey and full of botrytis is cut precisely with the sharp yet fully integrated acidity.

Profiles              2012        2008

Shelftalkers    2012        2008

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VS Beerenauslese


Rare and intense, yet with an elegant richness of concentrated peach and honey. This single berry selection of ultra-ripe and botrytised grapes was harvested at 156 Oechsle / 35 Brix.

Profiles              2006

Shelftalkers    2006

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VS Trockenbeerenauslese


Very rare and intense with multi-layered, smooth richness and full botrytis. This dried-berry selection wine comes from completely shrivelled up rapes, hand-selected at 200 Oechsle and carefully pressed.

Profiles              2009

Shelftalkers    2009

2015


Sparkling

KON SECCO (frizzante, dry style)
VS Riesling brut Sparkling

Dry

VS Riesling
VS NITOR Riesling
VS APOLLO Riesling
VS Pinot Noir Rosé
VS Pinot Noir Blanc de Noir
VS Pinot Noir

Luscious

VS Riesling
VS Riesling Weissenberg
VS Riesling Weissenberg Auslese

2014


Sparkling

VS KON SECCO (frizzante, dry style)
VS Riesling Secco (frizzante, dry style)
VS Riesling brut Sparkling

Dry 

VS Riesling
VS Pinot Noir Rose
VS Pinot Noir Blanc de Noir

Luscious

VS Riesling

2013


Sparkling

VS Riesling brut Sparkling

Dry

VS Riesling Dry

Luscious

VS Riesling Weissenberg

2012


Sparkling

VS Riesling brut Sparkling

Dry

VS Pinot Noir

Dessert

VS Eiswein

2009


Dessert

VS Trockenbeerenauslese

2008


Dessert

VS Eiswein

2006


 Dessert

VS Beerenauslese