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2009 Brut, Grande Cuvée "Triumvirat" (Deg.:11/2016), Rheinhessen, Germany
Classical method - second fermentation in bottle
Wine Review Report
Very good (88 WP)
1 June 2017
Translate to English
Hefige, hell-nussige und etwas florale Zitrus-Kernobstnase mit grün-pflanzlichen bis kräuterigen Noten. Klare, herbe, kühle Frucht, viel Hefe, grün-nussige Töne und Salbei, recht feines Mousseux, nachhaltig am Gaumen, nicht ewig tief, aber sehr gut gemacht, hat Griff, buttrige Nuancen, leicht cremig, legt mit Luft noch an Nachhaltigkeit zu, sehr guter, wieder deutlich nussiger Abgang.
In addition to Bingen and Nierstein one of the three areas in the German wine-growing region Rheinhessen; look there.