My first wine from Kühn. In the nose typically Rheingau from Oestrich / Hallgarten. On the palate fresh with crystal-clear acidity in balance with yellow fruits. Overall dry but with a nice sappiness which absorbs the dry effect very interestingly! Pretty well stuff!
Delicious. Don't even know why I liked this so much, certainly different style from the Mosel/Saar Rieslings that I love so much. This is more masculine, but still very frinkable and fruity, with wonderful balance. Hint: worth to wait a few hours after opening the bottle, also try it a bit warmer than usual for whites. 12 Euros well spent.
Peter Jakob Kühn, Rheingau (Macis restaurant, Leipzig): Some residual SO2 blurs the almost Mosel-like slate on the nose; not much else in the way of scent here. Entry (reassuringly) much more like Rheingau Riesling trocken. High acidity on midpalate, knife-edge minerality, very insubstantial fruit; pleasant persistent finish. Not bad at all. 12,90€ /75cl. 84(-85)P
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