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Firm, clear nose, ripe, partly candied yellow fruit, floral and herbaceous traces, some miont, prominent mineral notes. Ripe, juicy, concentrated frjuit on the palate, yeasty and nutty aromas, some sugar candy, light mineral njotes, very elegant, lively acidity, full-body, good substance and persistence, quite concentrated, slightly sweet, some grip and fepth, very good, long, juicy, firm, fairly complex sweetish finish. Perhaps no longer quite as vibrant as ints youth, but remains one of the few really stron winjes of the 2010 vintage.
Best to drink:
1 September 2011
Translate to English
Sehr fester, komplexer hefiger, erdig-mineralischer, kräuteriger und auch ein wenig vegetabiler Duft mit hochfeinen Zitrus- und Steinobstaromen. Betörende, strahlende, saftige Frucht im Mund, hefige und leicht tabakige Töne sowie kandierte Kräuter, feine, sehr reife Säure, viel Schmelz am Gaumen, kräftig und Nachhaltig, vielschichtig und tief, noch gänzlich unentwickelt, kompakt, aber schon jetzt ungemein betörend, sehr saftiger, dabei komplexer und fast packender Nachhall.
In addition to Bingen and Nierstein, one of the three areas in the German growing region Rheinhessen; look there.