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Wonderfully densely fruited Riesling. Not unctuous or over the top but almost northern rhonish in fruit density. Nose is apricot and mineral. Finish is delicious. Juicy. Just yummy fruit. A kiss of candied lemon.
Not a typical Riesling. But goes great with weightier food like chicken in cream sauce. So it has a place in a cellar. Makes sense threat this is weightier as it’s from Baden which is Germany’s southern most wine region.
Very different. An unusual combination of density and vibrancy
Bought from fass selections. — 5 days ago
I love boussey. The wines have that combination of dense but moderate fruit, minerality and acidity. And all of that is a backdrop to nicely delineated secondary flavors. Really so juicy too. Great with food.
The nose here is mineral. But minerals from petrified flowers. Really beautiful.
Palate is spring mountain stream wet rocks downstream of Macintosh and green apples. Ok maybe not exactly Macintosh but I love Macintosh so that’s what I’m going with. It’s my tasting note so buzz off.
Lovely mineral finish. Really lingers. So fresh.
There’s like a hint of meursaulty denseness and a kiss of unct (the single unit of unctuousness). Otherwise I wouldnt even guess meursault even with a. Hint. It’s so fine.
As this opens its richer and denser. Some spice on the finish.
Man I love this producer. I guess I said that already. — a day ago
Thornicher ritsch SPATLESE (Caps not needed).
Old school aged mosel Riesling. Some petrol on the nose. Green apple skin. Palate is green apples. But a hint of green apple jolly rancher a la willy Schaefer. Still beautifully vibrant. Complex. Wow.
I’m writing this on day 3. Needs a decant to hit peak Amazing.
Bought from fass selections. — 3 days ago