Julian Haart

Moselle Riesling

9.310 ratings
9.21 pro ratings
Mosel, Germany
Riesling
Pork, Squash & Root Vegetables, Chili & Hot Spicy, White Fish, Fruit Desserts, Meaty & Oily Fish, Duck, Goat & Feta Cheese, Blue Cheese
Top Notes For
Erik Longabardi

Sad I only have this date for a night. Want to sleep with it while quarantined daily. Intense love

Sad I only have this date for a night. Want to sleep with it while quarantined daily. Intense love

Apr 16th, 2020
Erik Longabardi

Cuts deep. ❤️❤️

Cuts deep. ❤️❤️

Jun 18th, 2018
AKG
9.4

Bomb-dot-com. Drier, high acid, stone fruit, mineral

Bomb-dot-com. Drier, high acid, stone fruit, mineral

Jan 1st, 2018
Erik Nordman

Man, these Julian Haart '16s are awesome from what I've tasted thus far. Electric, juicy, mineral Rieslings with more verve and tension than you can shake a stick at. Very young and a little too reductive on opening right now so splash it in a decanter for a bit and better yet, wait for a few years. Pours a pale gold hue. Medium (+) concentration of aromatics of some slightly funky crushed slate minerality, slightly underripe white peach, honeydew melon, some lees influence that is coming across as aged, hard cheese rind and a slight lager-esque character, and there's some sugar snap pea character as well. There's some of that struck match reduction aroma upon opening as well, but it blows off with a bit of air. On the palate, there's more crushed slate, white peach (ripe rather than underripe like on the nose), honeydew melon, hard cheese rind leesiness, and a bit of beeswax character that was absent on the nose. Nice length on the palate as well. Juicy, intense high acidity, lean, light body, just the slightest bit off-dry. Really nice stuff! Julian's studied under some pretty impressive names (Egon Müller included amongst them) and it definitely shows. Excited to see what he does in the future.

Man, these Julian Haart '16s are awesome from what I've tasted thus far. Electric, juicy, mineral Rieslings with more verve and tension than you can shake a stick at. Very young and a little too reductive on opening right now so splash it in a decanter for a bit and better yet, wait for a few years. Pours a pale gold hue. Medium (+) concentration of aromatics of some slightly funky crushed slate minerality, slightly underripe white peach, honeydew melon, some lees influence that is coming across as aged, hard cheese rind and a slight lager-esque character, and there's some sugar snap pea character as well. There's some of that struck match reduction aroma upon opening as well, but it blows off with a bit of air. On the palate, there's more crushed slate, white peach (ripe rather than underripe like on the nose), honeydew melon, hard cheese rind leesiness, and a bit of beeswax character that was absent on the nose. Nice length on the palate as well. Juicy, intense high acidity, lean, light body, just the slightest bit off-dry. Really nice stuff! Julian's studied under some pretty impressive names (Egon Müller included amongst them) and it definitely shows. Excited to see what he does in the future.

Jul 20th, 2017
Jackie Smith

Jackie had this 3 years ago

Jackie had this 3 years ago

Jul 16th, 2018
Mary H
9.0

Mary had this 3 years ago

Mary had this 3 years ago

Feb 17th, 2018
Mark Geylikman

Mark had this 3 years ago

Mark had this 3 years ago

Feb 2nd, 2018
Daniel Frericks

Daniel had this 3 years ago

Daniel had this 3 years ago

Oct 21st, 2017
Erik Longabardi

Erik had this 4 years ago

Erik had this 4 years ago

Aug 23rd, 2017
Mike Sullivan

Mike had this 4 years ago

Mike had this 4 years ago

Jun 15th, 2017