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Fairly cool nose, tart vegetal notes, citrus and stone fruit aromas, floral traces, mineral notes. Predominantly yellow citrus fruit on the palate, fairly prominent acidity, floral and green vegetal notes, fairly persistent, slightly muted, light bitter touch in the background, mineral notes, not particularly deep, appears to be drying out, good to very good finish. Not really old, but definitely no longer as impressive as it was in its youth.
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1 September 2011
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Leicht altholzige und an getrocknete Kräuter erinnernde, aber auch noch schweflig-verschlossene Nase mit vegetabilen und kernobstbetont-gelbfruchtigen Aromen sowie deutlicher, erdiger Mineralik. Erst süßlich wirkende Frucht im Mund, wieder leicht holzige Töne, feine, lebendige Säure, Kräuternoten und intensive, erdige Mineralik, etwas nachtrocknender Gerbstoff, gute Nachhaltigkeit, verschließt sich mit Luft, besteht am zweiten Tag fast nur noch aus Mineralik, sehr guter Abgang.
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