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2009 Ungstein Herrenberg Riesling dry Großes Gewächs, M, Pfalz, Germany
Wine Review Report
Very good (89 WP)
20 July 2019
Nutty nose, hint of caramel, partly candied and preserved yellow fruit, vegetal and earthy notes, hint of tobacco. Ripe, juicy, sweetish fruit on the palate, nutty and light dried vegetal notes, elegant acidity, good substance and persistence, delicate buttery traces, full body, slightly noticeable warm alcohol, some depth, mineral notes, touch of sugar candy, more delicate nutty notes on a very good, juica finish.
Best to drink:
25 August 2010
Translate to English
Kräuteriger und mineralischer und zart öliger Duft mit verhaltenen gelbfruchtigen Aromen, etwas Litschi und schwarzen Beeren. Nicht ganz trockene, an Zitrusfrüchte und wieder auch Litschi erinnernde Aromatik im Mund, feine, l3ebendige Säure, leichter Gerbstoff, im Hintergrund Mineralik, durch die Süße ein wenig limonadig am Gaumen, guter bis sehr guter, wieder süßlicher und etwas exotisch-fruchtiger Abgang.
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