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Sherbety, orangey, half-dry foodie’s dream-wine with a modest 11.8g/l residual sugar, high 7’s for acidity and 12% alcohol. Most of the fruit came from Meddersheimer Altenberg for this blend, which the estate touts as their most accessible by-the-glass choice. The oeschle levels (ripeness at harvest) are 90+ which is well into Spatlese level, so there is nice length and generosity here. Superb value.
2012 Zobinger Heiligenstein
One of the oldest & most prestigious estates in Germany. The estate was officially founded in 1335! Gloriously austere & ageworthy. Green apple, some tropical notes, rounded, creamy texture, citrus peel, super fresh & super balanced, delicious! Very high acidity keeps the 45g/l of residual sugar well in check.
2012 Eitelsbacher Trocken, Alte Reben
2003 Spatlese, Wehlener Sonnenhur
A fruity style of Riesling. Driven by intense and ripe yellow fruit flavours. Harmonious balance of luscious texture, mineral richness and lean, spicy fruit acid. Long lasting aftertaste. Elegant and seductive Style. 8.5% abv
2004 Spatlese, Brauneberger Juffer Sonnenhur
A fruity style of Riesling. White peaches supported by a basket of exotic fruit, intense ripeness and creaminess on palate, yet very elegant and full of finesse. The opulent aromatic structure is balanced by slate stone minerals and ripe fruit acid. Very elegant. 8.0% abv
2012 Vom Stein, Federspiel
2012 Kabinett, Bockenauer Felseneck, Off-dry
100% Riesling. 8% alcohol. Delicious citrus, apricot and white peach. Nicely plump prickly acidity, textured. the winery just recently developed into a rising star over the past few years, adding another estate to the elite in the Nahe region. The recent acquisition of more great vineyard sites to their holdings, the winery is well on the way to challenge top estates such as Dönnhoff and Schönleber.
2011 Spatlese, Dry
100% Riesling. Dry. 12.5% alcohol. Opens with a whiff of kerosene. Focused and precise, rather full-bodied for a Mosel, but very nice. nicely balanced sweetness with acidity. In 1997 Thomas Haag bought the estate. He is the son of Wilhelm Haag, proprietor of the Fritz Haag estate. The estate is now comprised of seven hectares (17.5 acres) of vineyard which are 100% planted to Riesling. The vineyards are some of the steepest on the Middle Mosel with grades up to 70%. Thomas strives to make wines with ripe acid structure, vibrant and petillant palate, with the pure expression of fruit - racy and light.
100% Riesling. Dry, dry, dry! What a lovely surprise! Who would have thought - dry Riesling from the Napa Valley? Refreshing and citrusy & bright with pretty orange blossom highlights. Just 12% abv.
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