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2016 Grauburgunder dry Aus der Gewanne Raedling, Pfalz, Germany
Wine Review Report
Very good (87 WP)
14 February 2019
Fairly cool nose, light nutty and dried vegetal notes, fresh herbaceous notes, slightly smoky pomaceous fruit, hint of yellow spice, rosemary and a hint of tobacco. Fairly firm, polished, very slightly sweetish fruit on the palate, light spicy oak, very elegant, lively acidity, good grip, clear contours, concentrated and persistent, some pepper and anise in the background, fine sandy, very slightly astringent tannins, dark mineral notes, more slightly astringent tannins on a good finish.
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