As the first sunrays appear, a quick trip to the Rheingau is a must. At Rüdesheim, the whole kitschy tourist-trapping scene –which I dislike, melts with some of Rheingau’s top winemaking scene – which I kind of like :). One of the most acclaimed estates here in Rheingau even runs a hotel with a restaurant and winebar; of course a nice occasion to try Breuers 2007 vintage. And the Rüdesheimer Estate Riesling is as nice as one would expect it to be in such a perfect year. Elegant, not too overwhelming nose, Clear minerality and zingy acidity on the palate but well counterbalanced with fruit notes. Not too much fruit of course- Breuer is one of the role models of the dry Riesling renaissance in Germany. And this wine could somehow be the personification of a typical dry Rheingau Riesling for everyday.