Dr. Fischer Ockfener

A passion for Riesling was the inspiration for a first ever joint venture between vintners from Germany and Italy.

In March of 2014, vintner Nik Weis from Weingut St. Urbans-Hof on the Mosel and Martin Foradori Hofstätter from Tenuta J. Hofstätter in Alto Adige grasped the welcome opportunity to launch their project on the Mosel.

A "Bock" is an ibex--a wild mountain goat in German, and "Stein" is a rock; the name reflects the fact this animal inhabits the steep slopes on the Mosel's vineyards. It's also a play on word with " Bockstein", the fame vineyard where they own vines.

The grapes for this Riesling are sourced from selected vineyards exclusively in the Mosel Valley. This Riesling is an outstanding introductory wine in the fabulous world of Mosel Riesling and the Prädikatswein from Dr. Fischer.

The wine is off-dry with 32g/l of sugar, very aromatic with great crisp acidity and a long finish.

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Dr. Fischer Steinbock Riesling 2016
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92  Vinous Media 
Vinous Media 92 “This wine, nicknamed Steinbock, originates in parts of the Bockstein deemed well-suited to neither Grosses Gewchs nor Kabinett. Its another instance at this estate of a Riesling that signals stoniness on the nose, in this instance accompanied by a whiff of fusel oil as well as by
Item Number: 29847
Bottle:$10.95
Case: $131.40
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Dr. Fischer Ockfener Bockstein Riesling Qba 2011
"Great minerality and acidity that more than offsets the residual sugar, making the wine seem drier than other German Rieslings at the same pradikat levels. The wine is marked by a delicate fruit profile, mineral notes, elevated acidity and lower levels of residual sugar. This wine is a great