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Sehr feiner, reintöniger, dabei aber komplexer Duft nach Pfirsichen, kandierten Zitrusfrüchten, Kräutern und Mineralien. Im Mund sehr straff, fast rassig, sehr präsente, herbe Mineralität und lebendige Säure, nachhaltig am Gaumen, besitzt Tiefe und Komplexität, ausgezeichnete Balance, lang.
17 December 2002
Intense, compact nose, minerals and spices, aromas of citrus fruit, peaches and fine herbs with some pineapple. Taut, juicy fruit, tremendous breeding, intense mineral and spicy notes, excellent acidity, strong mineral character on the palate, deep and gripping, vibrant structure, powerful, complex and extremely long finish. Needs time to mature..
Best to drink:
In addition to Bingen and Nierstein, one of the three areas in the German growing region Rheinhessen; look there.