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Vegetal and light yeasty notes on the nose, citrus and some red vineyard peaches, herbaceous notes. Clear, juicy, tart fruit on the palate, yeasty, vegetal and herbaceous notes, light mineral notes, lively acidity, persistent, polished, some bite, elegant style, good to very good firm, juicy finish with elegant herbaceous aromas. Surprisingly good for an entry-level wine.
Best to drink:
15 December 2017
Still has prominent yeasty notes on the nose, light vegetal and earthy notes, light yellow fruit, floral and mineral notes. Fairly firm, juicy, clear, ripe fruit on the palate, lively acidity, still has prominent yeasty notes, vegetal and herbaceous aromas, persistent, still undeveloped, light nutty traces, has bacbone, good to very good cool, juicy finish.
Best to drink:
In addition to Bingen and Nierstein one of the three areas in the German wine-growing region Rheinhessen; look there.