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  • 1998 Franz Hirtzberger Riesling Smaragd Singerriedel

    Dark yellow gold with bronze reflections. Significant botrytis aromatik with much of dried fruits, dried herbs and brioche. On the palate, the wine is surprisingly dry, concentrated, plenty of apricot and dried fruits with spicy notes, wild and heathland honey, star anise. Spreading and voluminous; at the same time with a pure mineral vein, good acidity; stands long on the palate. Exceptional vintage with exceptional aromas image. -no other vintage of Singerriedel is like this one; almost all botrytis grapes were harvested late in the Singerriedel. Drink now, increasingly academic in the next few years.

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  • 2009 Herdade do Mouchão Vinho Regional Alentejano Mouchão

    Classical Mouchao, blend of 85% Alicante Bouschet and 15% Trincadeira. As always the Mouchao, coming from one of the oldest winerys in Alentejo, is a little bit different from the typical Alentejo style, less wood and more elegance. Nice juiciness and body, powerfull with beautiful acidity and some minerality, very nice concentration, beautiful balanced and with a velvety texture. The fruit is a mixture of red and black berries, but there are also dried tomatos and olivepaste. Overall it can cellar very well and should be drunk in the next 15 years.

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  • 2006 F.X. Pichler Grüner Veltliner Smaragd Dürnsteiner Kellerberg

    Typical GV for 2006 - big, bigger, 2006. Even though many of 2006 GVs are big, heavy and to much of everthing, this one is attractive. The nose is a mixture of citrus fruits / lemon peels, apple and apricots. It fills the mouth well right from the start, the texture is very supple and soft, highly concentrated, the alcohol is well integrated and the acidity
    sufficient. Nice length. Normaly I prefer leaner GVs, but this one is nice. Some more years to go.

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