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 Vintage2011(NOTE: Label borrowed from 2005 vintage.)
TypeWhite
ProducerSchloss Reinhartshausen (web)
VarietyWhite Blend
DesignationVon der Insel Mariannenaue
Vineyardn/a
CountryGermany
RegionRheingau
SubRegionn/a
Appellationn/a

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Drinking window: Drink between 2015 and 2015 (based on 1 user opinion)

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Community Tasting Notes (average 81 pts. and median of 81 pts. in 1 note) - hiding notes with no text

 Tasted by Xavier Auerbach on 4/8/2013 & rated 81 points: Weissburgunder & Chardonnay. Soft to the point of being flabby, has some fruit but otherwise utterly uninteresting. No length whatsoever. What the Germans call a "Kneipenwein" (bar wine). Dull as dishwater. Drink very cold in lieu of water or (preferably) not at all. Dire. (606 views)

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Schloss Reinhartshausen

Producer website

White Blend

Blend of two or more white grape varietals.

Germany

Wines of Germany | The Association of German Prädikat Wine Estates (VDP) | How to read a German wine label | Geographical Information Down to Single Vineyards

#2014 Vintage Notes:
2014 Vintage Report by Terry Theise
2014 Vintage Report by Wine Spectator
"My gut still tells me the Saar (and to some extent) the Ruwer are better overall in 2014 than the more storied areas of the Mosel proper, but those that spent the requisite time living in their middle-Mosel vineyards made some of the most electric and "feathery" Riesling in a long time (maybe the finest in 20 years - yes, it's true!)" - Jon Rimmerman

Of course only a very short historical memory would call the Saar and Ruwer less 'storied' than the middle Mosel. jht

Rheingau

VDP Rheingau (Official site) | The Rheingau (Wines of Germany) | Wikipedia about The Rheingau
On weinlagen.info

The small but fine wine-growing area Rheingau offers one for the culture of the vine ideal microclimate and best soil conditions. The Rhine runs uninterruptedly almost one thousand kilometres from Basel up to its muzzle into the North Sea, in a northerly direction. With a short exception - the Rheingau. The Rheingau mountains force the river to a change in direction here. The vineyards falling in this region to the south stretch really to the sun. The king of the white wines, the Riesling, finds ideal local conditions for the unfolding of his fine fruity and elegant type of vine character on the multilayered weathering grounds with loess, loam and sand additions.

 
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