Another visit to the weekly Wednesday Wine Committee, and a wonderful hosting by Glenn. As always, all wines are tasted blind. 1 sparkler, 3 whites, 4 reds and 1 dessert.
This is drinking fantastic. My guess was mid ‘90s German Riesling. Very rich petrol nose, followed by sweetened pear and honeysuckle. Great acid. Plenty of life ahead. — 17 days ago
A dry Riesling. Drank on the Viking Gullvieg ship — 7 days ago
Greenish-yellow; peach and mineral nose; more peach, some citrus, and more of the “primary rock” on the palate; finishing with plenty of balancing acidity. — 21 days ago
Theise Estate Selections Dinner with Terry Thiese; 7 December 2018 at Chez Nous Bistro; Lee, MA
*Stock Delectable photo, I was unable to get many bottle pictures this evening. — 7 days ago
i just found a. bottle of the 1999 Riesling from Urgestein, and it still showed beautiful — 9 days ago
Not sure that the Chardonnay barrel treatment brought much to the table, but in the end it is still a well aged Samichlaus in all of it’s 14% abv glory. Merry Xmas! — a day ago
ドイツの熟成リースリング。甘口だが酸がシッカリ残っていて美味だが、日にちが経過すると劣化する印象。 — 5 hours ago
Medium gold; powerful, open, mineral nose; ripe peach and hints of melon on the full, round palate. Not the best best Tradition, but is ‘09 under-appreciated?
— 21 days ago
Open nose of white fruits and herbs; more ripe, white fruit and herbs on the palate with a good acid balance; this is quite open today. — 21 days ago