Perhaps the best example of resiling I have ever had the opportunity to sample.
Dry, but lots of honey on the finish. Pear up front. One of my favorite whites — 13 days ago
Toasty, sweaty and smoked meat notes vie with dried cherry and red currant for aromatic attention on the nose of the 2019 Red Wine Niedermenniger Herrenberg trocken. The palate perpetuates those impressions with an alluringly silky feel allied to just enough juiciness. Rose hip, cherry pit, black tea and black pepper lend complexity to an impressively sustained finish. (For why this 100% Pinot Noir is labeled simply, in English, “Red Wine,” consult my review of the corresponding 2017.) (David Schildknecht, Vinous, May 2022)
— 2 months ago
Found these in the cellar, sleeping longer than I meant. Would they be over the hill?
Color is a nice medium golden and the bubbles are small and persistent
👃Pronounced minerality on the nose with grapefruit and apples. Smells rich
👅 Picks up momentum with air and warming. Mostly simple flavors of apples and grapefruit but with very nice slatey minerality. Slight sweetness, nice balance, refreshing acidity, and tight bubbles. Simple, easy drinker
Works with food or it is tasty by itself much in the way a cold beer is tasty and refreshing
Hasn’t lost a step since release
— 5 months ago
Prominent acidity, leave it till around 15 oC and wow: in balance; light with only 7.5% 👍 — 7 months ago