Blind tasting no2. We all immediately pegged this as old world Riesling. The tell tale signs of petrol and dried apricot gave it away entirely. But we all missed Austria. Probably need to learn more about differences in common Riesling areas.
Clear and bright straw yellow with powerful petrol fumes. Off dry but medium-high acidity with a low-medium body. Dried apricots with some slate completely dominate the flavors. It’s not complex, but has a good finishing length. Riesling for certain. Austria? Wouldn’t know! — 3 months ago
Roter Veltliner. Amazing nose, richer and earthier presentation of what I think of as classic gruner notes. Really a special white wine. — 7 days ago
None of the petrol on the nose. This one is more floral. Great acidity, very refreshing and enjoyable, with hints of apple/ pear. — 2 months ago
Absolutely singing! Great mineral & petrol. Medium body, stone and citrus fruit, acidity holding it all together. — 3 months ago
Budget slayer fresh stoic easy mellow drinker — a month ago
N: lime, green apple skin, river stones, white blossoms
P: pear pops out brightly, maybe even a bit of tart tinned pineapple juice, peppery radish, touch of ginger on the finish and a pop of green, lots of minerality .
Really bright with round texture up front leading to a tangy finish .
Lovely with shrimp in coconut curry. — 3 months ago
Orange blossom and lemon, slate mineral green apple. Very nice with a cheese charcuterie board. — 4 months ago
Bouquet of mild strawberries! Initial taste of very tart strawberries! Second and third taste is milder and delicate strawberries and a hint of citrus. Then a minerals and a lingering tartness at the end. I like the different layers. — 11 hours ago