10 years after Riesling tasting - 2006 (Villa Behr (Wendlingen, Germany)): Double decanted about 1 hour before. Clear, quite youthful pale golden-citrus color. Medium+ intense, developing nose with lots of chalk, fine ripe pear and apple. Dry, with good, well integrated acidity. From all Keller wines in this tasting the Hubacker was the most muscular, opulent wine, but not in the sense of the Bassermann-Jordan. Lots of pressure on the palate, chalk, fine yellow fruit. Long finish, still has potential for further development.
Beautiful Reisling and one that changed my expectations of what is possible with the varietal. Bright, clean, and bone dry. Light peach fruit and gorgeous minerality. A wine made for food where both the food and the wine elevate each other.
Mid golden colour. Discreet nose of stones, minerals and only hints of citrus fruits, adding a bit of peach with time. On the palate lacking power is the first impression, but with time it puts on a bit of weight. With out a doubt a wine with good body, long lasting finish and enough power to have fun.
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