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Tiefenbrunner

Feldmarschall Von Fenner Zu Fennberg Südtirol-Alto Adige Müller-Thurgau 2018

Delectable Wine
9.4

The 2018 Müller-Thurgau Feldmarschall von Fenner from Tiefenbrunner is luminous gold in color with green hues in the glass. Its bouquet is stunning and perfumed with lime citrus-infused yellow flowers, white smoke minerality, wild herbs, green apple and savory exotic spice. There’s a richness to its depths of textural white orchard fruits, perfectly offset by stimulating acidity and a cooling hint of mint leaf, as inner florals amass toward the close. Wow, there’s so much going on here, and yet this is still so youthfully poised. I can imagine that a few years in the cellar will really bring the Feldmarschall to life. (Eric Guido, Vinous, November 2020) — 4 months ago

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