Super young, but great! — 9 days ago
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I liked it — 6 months ago
This is a new sample from Max Geitlinger. It’s a white blend of grapes. Not sure what. Likely Muller-Thurgau and Gutedel. 1,000 bottles made. Sick nose. Clean depth and also some intense minerality and lanolin. Spiced apple. So clean and really jumps out of the glass but has serious depth. Palate is a joy. Full of grapefruit and some apricot with great freshness. Good sap and purity. Long. Balanced. This is a really great knock back summer white. Great concentration. This is like the platonic ideal of a quaffer. — a month ago
Last week, I sat for three hours with Manni Nossing in his home and tasted through Kerners, Sylvaners, Gruners, and Muller Thurgous dating back to 2014 and through to the 2018s (set to bottle the next day). Manni has a style. Always crisp and green and even when fruit peeks through, it’s usually lean sour grapefruit and firm apricots. He is a mumbling jolly gentle giant with a great sense of humor. This 2014 Kerner was my favorite we tasted and he let me take the bottle for dinner that night. It has mysterious green herbal notes and high acid. Silver green lining, thyme, and lime. — 6 months ago
Dry, crisp green apple, and yeast @ Brick and Mortar St. Pete — a month ago
Nose has banana peel, citrus zest, (light) sliced tangerine, sliced peach, white bread and beautiful white floral notes.
Palate has mashed white peach, tangerine zest, (light) mango, warmed green apple and (light) tangerine juice. A light chalky note on the finish and medium levels of sweetness, a fun fine!
An Oregon-style Edelzwicker; 38% Pinot Blanc, 20% Muller Thurgau, 19% Riesling, 18% Pinot Gris & 5% Muscat. — 2 months ago
Crisp sweetness / pear and some light spice. 🌞 — 7 months ago