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2009 Riesling dry Alte Reben, La Borne, Rheinhessen, Germany
Wine Review Report
Great (96 WP)
24 October 2010
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Tiefer Duft nach sehr reifem Steinobst und Kräutern mit intensiven mineralischen Aromen sowie Noten von kandierten Zitrusfrüchten. Dicht, kraftvoll und süßlich-saftig im Mund, wieder sehr reife Frucht mit Kandisnoten, präsente, feine Säure und etwas Kohlensäure, hefige Anklänge und süßliche Kräuteraromen, konzentriert am Gaumen, enormer Schmelz, sehr präsente Mineralik und viel Würze, noch extrem jung, langer, wieder sehr fruchtiger, schmelziger und recht süßer Abgang.
In addition to Bingen and Nierstein, one of the three areas in the German growing region Rheinhessen; look there.