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2003 Eitelsbach Karthäuserhofberg Riesling late harvest (Spaetlese) semi-Sweet, Mosel, Germany
Wine Review Report
Very good (87+ WP)
7 June 2004
Translate to English
Fester, mineralischer Duft nach Pfirsichen mit Zitrusaromen. Recht saftige Frucht, ziemlich kräuterig, mit feiner Säure und deutlicher Mineralität, schwarze Beeren im Hintergrund, sehr gute Struktur, wirkt noch etwas unentwickelt, Kräuter, Mineralien und Cassis im Abgang.
Range (also Ruwer) of the German growing area Moselle; look there.