November 2011 | Gault Millau WeinGuide Deutschland 2012
Once again, Weingut Robert Weil receives top marks – 5 grape clusters –as one of the “world’s finest producers.”
Quote: “Few German wine estates are château-like in character – but Weingut Robert Weil in Kiedrich comes closest. The estate fosters brand awareness much in the manner of the grand estates in southwest France. Wilhelm Weil, the estate’s congenial director, has succeeded in turning the estate into a shining symbol of German Riesling culture. (...)The lusciously sweet specialties are again the crowning touch of the collection: monumental wines for eternity. In short: an impressive parade. Hats off!”
November 2011 | Der FEINSCHMECKER: The 900 best wine estates in Germany 2012
Weingut Robert Weil again receives top rating – 5 F’s – as one of the best wine producers.
Quote: “The 2010 Rieslings are brilliant examples of the art of Rheingau Riesling.”
November 2011 | Eichelmann 2012 Deutschlands Weine
Once again, the highest rating possible – 5 stars – (world class among international top producers) goes to Weingut Robert Weil.
Quote: “Wilhelm Weil has again bottled one of the greatest collections of the year in Germany. Bravo!”
November 2011 | Wine Spectator
In its Special Report: Classic-Scoring Wines of 2011, two Weil Rieslings from the Gräfenberg site top the list with 96/100 points: 2009 Eiswein and 2009 Trockenbeerenauslese.
October 2011 | Wine & Spirits (winter 2011)
In the 25th Anniversary Buying Guide, Robert Weil is named International Winery of the Year 2011.
October 2011 | Weinwisser (No. 10/2011)
In the report Small Quantities, Colossal Rieslings: German Vintage 2010, the 2010 Kiedrich Gräfenberg Erstes Gewächs receives 18/20 points.
Quote: “A tremendous Gräfenberg is now maturing.”
October 2011 | falstaff (06/11)
Kiedrich Gräfenberg Trockenbeerenauslese receives a perfect score of 100/100 points in the article The Sweet Gold of the Grapes.
July 2011 |www.JancisRobinson.com
2010 Germans: top scores with up to 18.5/20 points
June 2011 | Capital (07/11)
In Capital’s new vintage tasting of 1500 wines from 2010 vintage, Weingut Robert Weil receives most top placements and the highest average score of all German top estates.
March 2011 | www.weinplus.de
Weingut Robert Weil receives the highest possible rating (5 stars).