Niersteiner

Related to Niersteiner: Oppenheim

Niersteiner

(German ˈniːrʃtaɪnər)
n
(Brewing) a white wine from the region around Nierstein, Germany
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The 2012 Niersteiner Paterberg Spatlese Riesling ($79 a bottle), is "for those who like a fuller body with intense sweetness more similar to candied apricots," Mayor says.
I felt a wave of nostalgia when I saw that the house whites included Niersteiner Domtal, a drink I haven't seen on a wine list since the 1970s.
Certainly the Niersteiner Schlechtes Pissental was flowing freely at Bondy's table where, Daniel Craig-style, Agent Orange had unhooked his Ronald McDonald bow tie and was engaged in lively conversation with a succession of young cocktail-dressed retail lovelies who seemed beguiled by his tales of derring-do at the crop end of the supermarket business.
Louis Guntrum's Niersteiner Heilingenbaum Kabinett Halbtrocken 2001 showed delicate lime enriched with steel.
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If you're not a Liebfraumilch or Niersteiner fan and have been led to believe that Alsace wines are similar in style, here are a few facts that may persuade you to try these wines for yourself.
Strub, Niersteiner Bruckchen, Riesling Kabinett 1995, $14 (Rheinhessen, Germany).
Niersteiner Spiegelberg Kabinett Rheinhessen 1994, pounds 2.
Many German wine makers, especially the younger generation, are concerned that names like Piesporter Michelsberg and especially Niersteiner Gutes Domtal, have become so devalued by poor wine that they have decided to make a clear break with the past.
Some of the best wines in the world come from these vines; crisp, minerally Rieslings and floral Gewurztraminers that are a million miles away from the flabby Liebfraumilchs and Niersteiners we associated with German wine in the 70s and 80s.