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2018 Bruttig Götterlay Riesling late harvest (Spaetlese) dry, Steilstlage "von alten Reben", Mosel, Germany
Wine Review Report
Very good (87 WP)
13 August 2019
Fairly firm nose, yeasty and light floral notes, citrus and stone fruit, fairly prominent mineral notes. Fairly sweet fruit on the palate, very elegant acidity, light yeasty, floral and herbaceous traces, hint of dark berries in the background, light mineral notes, delicate tannic grip, good persistence, good to very good, fairly sweet finish.
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Area (also Terrassenmosel) of the German growing area Moselle; look there.