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2017 Chardonnay-Weißburgunder late harvest (Spaetlese) dry, Pfalz, Germany
Wine Review Report
Very good (87 WP)
27 December 2018
Delicate hint of nutty oak on the nose, light vegetal notes, restrained, tart yellow fruit, light earthy notews. Ripe, juicy, youthful fruit on the palate, yeasty, vegetal and light nutty notes, lively, elegant acidity, still has a touch of carbon dioxide, good substance and persistence, sweetish and creamy, fairly full-bodied, slightly noticeable warm alcohol, but also has cool elements, light mineral notes, light tannic grip, good to very good juicy finish.
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