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Firm nose, citrus and stone fruit aromas, herbaceous and light floral notes, touch of sugar candy, prominent mineral notes. Firmlystructured, fairly juicy, slightlytart fruit on the palate, livelyacidity, noticeable integrated tannins provide grip, wilted flowers, hint of black berries in the background, dark mineral notes, good depth, persistence, some acid bite, excellent substance, touch of sugar candy, vegetal traces, more noticeable tannins on a very good, firm, juicy finish. Starting to come into its best drinking window, but will still keep for years.
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20 August 2009
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Tiefer, sehr fruchtiger, aber auch intensiv mineralischer und auch tabakiger Duft mit leicht süßlicher Kräuterwürze, merklich Cassis, und Kandistönen. Saftig, dicht und fest im Mund, reife Frucht mit präsenter, lebendiger Säure, am Gaumen zart süßlicher Schmelz und deutliche Kräuteraromatik, aber auch viel herbe Mineralität, hat Biss und Substanz, noch ziemlich unentwickelt, kompakt und fast ein wenig rau, sehr langer Abgang. Braucht Zeit.
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