Carmelized figs, spice and herbs, wonderful concentration, verve, and length. — a month ago
Served with the Vinloq System
👀Dark yellow golden honey. Unfiltered
👃Sour citrus, wax, savory herbs with tea & mint
👅Honeyed, candied stone fruit. Ripe apples. Very herbal with pronounced acidity. Salty. The finish is dry, long, & delicious
So interesting. So expressive. Superb clarity. Singular flavor profile likely due to botrytis and long elevage. Just…wow
The remaining wine was Slow Decanted with Vinloq & refrigeration
Sampled this on 2 more occasions
👃Bold, distinctive & precise
👅Probably would not guess riesling in a blind tasting. Tea, cognac & sherry all make appearances. Bruised/ripe apple is only perceived sweetness
Virtually unchanged in 15 days. Feels very sturdy. Probably would be an interesting wine to cellar.
Jakob Tennstedt is a new winemaker in the Mosel. He biodynamically farms 50-100 year old vines he restored on steep blue slate terraces. This wine was so laborius to make that he will not do it again. I am glad I was able to try it this time and it gives me motivation to try his other wines🥂
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A pleasure to sip full of flavors — 3 months ago
An aperitif that drinks like a dessert wine — 22 days ago
I don't have enough Cognac experience yet for a proper rating but I really like this. Very earthy, cool soil tones (trying not to say basement floor) in the aroma. Butterscotch and caramelized tones on the tongue. A pleasant experience. — 2 months ago
My last Brunello from 2010 vintage 😢
Complex aroma: cognac, vanilla, licorice, anise and dry cherry.
Dry and smooth.
— 2 months ago
excellent wine！ — 17 days ago
Tried May 1st 2022.
Raisins and treacle, with a Biscoff finish. Utterly sublime. — 2 months ago
Golden raisin and campfire smoke — 3 months ago