Drank this one right after the last glass Wachter Wieslers bela joska Eisenberg 2013. Man it is really quite the same. Must be the terroir, slightly different but i cant describe that :). Really earthy, grippingly mineralic, dark cherry paired with flashy red sour cranberry, peppery. I love Blaufränkisch and Eisenbergs geological preferences, dont know what it is exactly, but its good. Biodynamic handcare. Great elegant and complex stuff for this price segment. Uwe Schiefer had some bad luck in late times. So drink his god damn good wines! — 2 years ago
Really need to drink more blaufränkisch wines, so delicious. Good tannins. Like eating (drinking) a delicious handful of earth. Makes me want to sit on a covered porch in the pouring rain during the summer heat and discuss philosophy. — 2 months ago
Med body, tannin in front and balanced with fruit in the back — 4 years ago
Lean & mineral, with quite high acidity, the typical iron streak and black fruit coming last. Herby and with a meaty, wet fur tone, too. Not bad. — 10 months ago
WOTN!!! Truly in a great, great place right!
A phenomenal Bordeaux showing everything that I adore: pencil shavings, granite minerality , gorgeously integrated and a 90+ second finish. The only thing missing to make this a perfect 10 is my good friend @Ron R sitting next to me enjoying the bottle that he gifted to Christine & I!!
You are a stud my friend! In the spirit of friendship this was shared and enjoyed with a few of my great friends: @Drew feinberg and Bill Wachter. Come to Think of it, I think my friend Brandon may have had a glass of this as well? I’m sure they will all add their own tasting notes shortly. @brandon brandon
Im not sure what we traded in order for me to get this bottle but I am 100% certain that you received the short end of the stick!!!!!
I’ll make it up to you, 🙌👏👏👏🙌. — a year ago