Dr. Loosen, Riesling Auslese
Dr. Loosen, Erdener Treppchen, Riesling Auslese
Our standard delivery timing is 3 working days after your order has been confirmed. For urgent orders, please indicate in the remarks section when making your order or give us a call at 6734-4844 prior to placing your order. Each delivery is S$12. For bulk orders more than 12 bottles and with a order value of less than $250, extra delivery charges may be incurred by our delivery partner. We will inform you if that is the case.
Free delivery is applicable for all orders above S$250.
For international deliveries, please contact us by email separately. International shipping charges will apply for international delivery.
We offer the following types of payment modes - Credit/Debit card using PayPal services (you do not require a PayPal account to use this), Cash payments (Only available for self-collection) and Fund transfer / Bank deposit (Available for self-collection and standard shipping).
Cash payments are only available for self-collection at Bacchus retail store in Singapore. Should you wish to pay cash, please proceed to 260 Orchard Road, Robinsons Heeren, #B1-08 to collect your wines and make payment after you have received your order fulfillment email. Items are normally available for collection 3 days from date of purchase. Should there be existing stock for your item at our retail shop, we will send you an email so that you have the option to pick it up even earlier. Kindly provide your order number to our staff so that they can assist you on-site.
For standard delivery items using "Cash payment / fund transfer" option, please note that we only accept fund transfer at the moment. Please fund transfer your total order amount to the following OCBC corporate account: 677-861353-001. Do send us an email once you have transferred the amount with the fund transfer transaction reference number. When we have received your fund transfer, we will schedule for your order delivery.
Out of Stock items
Although we use a closely monitored inventory system, our inventory is shared between the retail shop and the online shop. Hence, in the unfortunate event that your item is no longer available, we will contact you with recommendations (and price differences if any) to substitute that item with another vintage or comparable product. In the event that you do not wish to accept the substitution, we will ship the remaining available items (if applicable) or cancel the order on your behalf.
Please note that you must be of legal drinking age requirement in your country before you proceed to checkout. In Singapore, you would have to be 18 years and above.
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From the winery: (The Little Staircase of Erden) Our residual sweetness classics. Highly selected wines, which reflect the strength of our growing area. In hardly any other growing area are such wines harvested that have concentrated fresh fruit and intensity, coupled with delicate lightness. These wines have the potential to be laid down for 30 to 40 years. Such multiply selected wines with low alcohol can only be harvested from fully ripe Riesling grapes.
Ideal as an aperitif or to accompany desserts – or even more heavily ripened - they then also go with various game dishes. But they do not always have to be drunk with food; nicely cooled these wines always promise to be a real delight. This vineyard is so steep that, long ago, stone steps were built into the hillside to help workers reach the vines. The iron-infused, red slate soil produces wines that are muscular and complex, with an intense mineral finish. Wines from Erdener Treppchen are more like a powerful, hard-body rock climber than the graceful ballet dancer of Wehlener.
Auslese means "selected from the harvest," and is a luscious, limited-production sweet wine made from very ripe clusters that are about 50 percent affected by botrytis mould, (aka "Noble Rot") draws moisture from the grapes, dehydrating them and concentrating the juice. The resulting wine is dense, intensely flavored and rich on the palate, but balanced by Riesling's naturally crisp acidity.