After a bit of air, this settled into a more classic Alsace grand-cru riesling. A bit petrolly, and not the most compelling nose for me, but it's still undeniably well-put-together. Acid could be a bunch stronger.
Blind tasted. Nose of citrus, lemon zest, lime, orange peel. white flowers, almonds, butter. Palate we hovered between dry and off-dry, med-plus acid, medium alcohol. Some of us guessed Chenin, most guessed Riesling. Surprised to find it was such high quality, keep this in the cellar for now.
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