Dec. 30, 2020

Ep. 42. / Biodynamic Mosel Rieslings in "Clemens Busch Style"

Ep. 42. / Biodynamic Mosel Rieslings in "Clemens Busch Style"

There is a winery in the tiny village of Pünderich in Germany, at the fringe of the Middle Mosel and the steeper Terassen Mosel, bearing the name of an experienced, benevolent winemaker: Clemens Busch. Mr. Busch started to work organically more than 40 y...


There is a winery in the tiny village of Pünderich in Germany, at the fringe of the Middle Mosel and the steeper Terassen Mosel, bearing the name of an experienced, benevolent winemaker: Clemens Busch. Mr. Busch started to work organically more than 40 years ago and was one of the founding fathers of the ’first group of organic producers in Germany’, which was the requisite step towards the biodynamic revolution seen amongst some of the best producers in the country these days. The majority of his wines are still ungrafted, terraced and a number of them have even heard the cannons fired during the First World War. The Busch wines don’t follow the anticipated Mosel taste, but rather expresses the unmatchable “Busch-style” from all three major slate profiles found in the Mosel region. I’ve had one of the best Rieslings in my life during this conversation, so I urge you to find yours in the Clemens Busch portfolio and stock up on them for your grandchildren. Enjoy.

 

Guest: Clemens Busch | Clemens Busch Winery | Mosel | Germany

 

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