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Deutliches Holz und gemüsige Töne in der Nase. Klare Frucht, recht saftig, mit feine Säure und präsenten, leicht müde wirkenden Holznoten, nicht ganz trockener Stil, hat Kraft und Schmelz, ziemlich lang. Wäre ohne das Holz noch schöner.
21 August 2001
Elegant spicy oak, aroma of green vegetables, bananas and apples. Full-bodied, juicy fruit, attractive spicy oak, elegant, lively acidity, very pure style, powerful body, rich style, persistent and quite long finish.
Best to drink:
Up to 2004.
In addition to Bingen and Nierstein one of the three areas in the German wine-growing region Rheinhessen; look there.