Tasting Notes for MQuentel

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Red
4/1/2020 - MQuentel Likes this wine:
95 points
2000 Vall Llach, Vall Llach. Since the 2010 vintage, the top wine of Vall Llach is marketed under the single vineyard designation "Mas de la Rosa". Before this date, it simply carried the name of the winery. Dark, almost black garnet red. The nose is cool and powerful with aromas of black cherries, plums, and ethereal/balsamic notes. Decadent, complex and intense on the palate. Despite the high alcohol content, the wine is not hot or alcoholic. Here, power, intensity and finesse form an ideal blend. In addition to a wonderful, cool and complex fruit of plums, blueberries and dried cranberries, it is balsamic notes with a slight extract sweetness and the notes of iron that make the wine a real character substance. Now at the age of 20 the wine is in perfect condition. The once strong tannins have melted away and blend in perfectly with a well-balanced acidity. Great, trational Priorat, which will certainly provide drinking pleasure at a very high level for another 10 years.
Red
3/25/2020 - MQuentel wrote:
86 points
This Burgundy is currently a little disappointing. It lacks balance and fruit. The robust acidity and slightly coarse tannins create a structure, but it lacks charm and fruit. Disappointing 86 points.
Red
1989 Château Montrose St. Estèphe Red Bordeaux Blend (view label images)
3/15/2020 - MQuentel Likes this wine:
100 points
This is a perfectly ripened Bordeaux. It's got everything you'd expect from Bdx. Already in the nose a wonderfully interwoven scent of sweet, animal and undergrowth aromas. Leather, plum compote, blackberries, a little truffle. On the palate the harmony of this wine shines; fine melting; very fine sandy and optimally integrated tannins, the medium acidity and perfect structure carry the aromas to the long finish. The seductive sweetness and purity of the aromas are breathtaking. Everything is dense, interwoven and playful at the same time - that is pure hedonism. Still has potential for at least 2 decades, now certainly in optimal condition. Optimal bottle. 100 points 2020 - 2035
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Red
3/6/2020 - MQuentel Likes this wine:
92 points
1995 Barolo Rüncot, Elio Grasso. Gianluca, the son of Elio Grasso, produced the first vintage of this vineyard in 1995. Unlike his father, from the very beginning, he has relied on aging in barriques for this Barolo. The nose today is stunningly beautiful: lots of rosewood, violets, tar, a little smoke and sour cherry, cherry marzipan; clear and precise, a little forest soil. On the palate, it can't completely fulfill the promise of the nose, the tannins (from the wood?) are a bit too stubborn even after 25 years. Good, present acidity, very clear and expressive aromas that reflect the impressions of the nose, a touch of charcoal. Good structure, a really beautifully matured and dense Nebbiolo, which shows great class, but due to the slightly drying tannin gets deductions in the B note. 92/100 2020 - 2027
White
3/4/2020 - MQuentel Likes this wine:
94 points
1995 Riesling Singerriedel Smaragd, Hirtzberger - Wachau, Austria: golden yellow colour. Intense, dense nose; shows already here what power and volume it has. Abundant yellow fruits, candied oranges and pineapple, yellow-brown spice - but with sufficient freshness. A real powerhouse with only 13.5% alcohol. A lot of pressure on the palate, medium+ acidity, great structure, gripping, lots of extract and spice - the botrytis content is obvious. This is a real thick ship, but despite the density, the high extract and the botrytis, the wine is harmonious and gives real pleasure, even with the second glass. Super length. 94/100 2018-2025
White
2/26/2020 - MQuentel Likes this wine:
94 points
What an exciting, complex and enjoyable Trebbiano. In the clear nose rich notes of hemp, tangerine, meadow herbs and light pome fruits. Animating on the palate, with a beautiful, ripe acidity, many aromas corresponding to the nose, which together make a well-balanced, juicy wine. The scent of hemp in the nose is typical for the Trebbianos of Valentini - for me the clearly more beautiful and enjoyable thrill.
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White
2/15/2020 - MQuentel Likes this wine:
91 points
2005 Riesling Morstein GG, cellar: Full Riesling nose with plenty of ripe fruit notes, mainly yellow stone fruit and sweet exotic fruits (mango, pineapple), delicate honey notes. Klaus Peter Keller is a genius in the interpretation of the Morstein terroir. But the 2005 vintage, due to its ripe fruit aromas and spiciness, rather reflects the warm year than the otherwise typical Morstein characteristics: freshness, energy and minerality. The 2006 vintage following in this sample is - despite the not easy vintage - for me the clearly bigger wine. 91/100 2020 - 2025
White
1/30/2020 - MQuentel Likes this wine:
93 points
What a rich and beautiful fragrance. Roses, yellow fruits, ripe pineapple, mango, vanilla, ripe apricots, lychee, summer meadow flowers. A full-bodied, dense, smooth and aromatic wine on the palate - yet at the same time it has enough freshness and acidity to fill the whole mouth in a balanced and beguiling way. This is of course a little baroque and full-bodied, but never heavy, ponderous or exhausting. 2017 is certainly a great vintage for this kind of Viognier. Substance and at the same time balance and animation.
White
1/24/2020 - MQuentel Likes this wine:
94 points
The 2002 Berg Rottland by Georg Breuer is a giant of Riesling: powerful, vital - still with a lot of pressure and great harmony in the nose and on the palate. Incredibly compact, firm and absolutely convincing in its clear, defined and deep aromas. Great Riesling! Still many years to go.
White
2013 Blanc de Valandraud Bordeaux Sémillon-Sauvignon Blanc Blend (view label images)
1/8/2020 - MQuentel Likes this wine:
91 points
The 2013 Valandraud Blanc has a clean and powerful bouquet with notes of orange blossom, vanilla, honeysuckle, mango and which blend seamlessly with oak. On the palate it is clear, dense and juicy, with lovely notes of apricots, oranges, crème brûlée, mango and slightly angry notes. The beautiful, ripe acidity carries it well, medium to full body. Wood and acidity are wonderfully integrated, a really nice, balanced and drinkable white Bordeaux that is now a lot of fun to drink. Should not be enjoyed too cold. 12-15 degrees are no problem, but pleasure increasing. 91/100

First vintage 2003. cuvée of Sauvignon blanc, Sauvignon gris and Semillon. Matures "sur lies" 10 to 12 months. 70% new barrels, 30% first occupancy. Production: 3 000 bottles.
White
1/6/2020 - MQuentel Likes this wine:
91 points
Bright, light lemon yellow with greenish reflections. The nose is not heavy and intense, but the aromas are reminiscent of a bag of yoghurt gums, with hints of pear, lots of apricots, mango and banana. Not unattractive, but unusual for a Riesling. The barriques used (of which about 70%-80% are new) show their influence, although they do not dominate the wine at all. Aromatically, the whole thing comes very close to a Burgundy, also due to the delicate vanilla notes. On the palate a soft but lively, medium+ acidity, creamy mouthfeel, pleasantly juicy and with a nice freshness. Aromatic a mixture of ripe citrus fruits (orange, pomelo), apricots and exotic fruits, green banana; a pinch of salt. In the background a phenolic structure and still delicate hints of wood. Round, juicy, tasty and slushy. Ends surprisingly long on a salty minerality.
White
12/18/2019 - MQuentel Does not like this wine:
60 points
Faulty bottle. For me a clear case of a mercaptan error. The wine smells stinging of garlic/bear's garlic and onions. Also with much ventilation little can be done. On the palate actually ok, but you can't get past this terrible smell.
White
12/4/2019 - MQuentel Likes this wine:
92 points
WAs for a wonderful cabinet by Egon Müller. A mixture of rich yellow stone fruit, some exotic fruit (mango) and smelly minerality, a very delicate hint of petrol and ripe citrus fruits. On the palate a super nice acid-sweet play; nice acidity, which gives the wine a good freshness. All in all pure and very long.
Red
1990 Domaine de Chevalier Pessac-Léognan Red Bordeaux Blend (view label images)
12/4/2019 - MQuentel Likes this wine:
95 points
A much better bottle than in July. Almost no tertiary aromas in the nose. All in all of a wonderful fine and transparent nature. Extremely pure, rather red berry fruit, very Burgundian, medium acidity, medium body; the tannins are totally silky and super fine - just like the whole wine. A quiet appearance, the wine floats over the tongue, chiselled aromas, pure elegance. Worth every search.
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Red
1996 Château Belgrave Haut-Médoc Red Bordeaux Blend (view label images)
12/4/2019 - MQuentel Likes this wine:
91 points
Dark ruby red. Wonderfully cool masculine scent, fine tobacco and leather, coffee, a dark black fruit; graphite and some thyme. On the palate corresponding aromas; the wine is very clean with a good freshness, the tannins are wonderfully melted, but still present. Beautiful, medium plus acidity. This is - besides 2005 - the best Belgrave of the last 30 years. Now in a perfect drinking window. Classic Claret. Incredibly good price-performance ratio.
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Red
11/25/2019 - MQuentel Likes this wine:
89 points
What a nice drinking pleasure. Bright, radiant and transparent red. The nose a mixture of red berries, primarily wild strawberries, fresh black pepper and forest. On the palate wonderfully fresh, medium acidity, pure, lively red fruit and also a good portion of pepper aroma (without pungency). The wine has a light to medium body, medium acidity, little tannin and is incredibly drinkable. A great, uncomplicated pleasure.
Red
11/14/2019 - MQuentel Likes this wine:
92 points
A highlight regarding freshness, straightness and expression of the 2010 Huber Schlossberg - needs a lot of air and should not be drunk too warm - then this wonderful Spätburgunder delivers. Clear, cool Pinot fruit with a super acidity, shows depth, high purity (cherries and cherry stones, finest wood and a certain earthiness) and elegance.
Red
11/14/2019 - MQuentel wrote:
86 points
Stodden 2003 is still a reflection of the attempts to get a grip on the hot year with wood. Chocolate and elderberry, blackberries in the nose, but little fruit on the palate, all very structured, dark and rather brittle, not complex and fine enough for me.
White
11/14/2019 - MQuentel wrote:
87 points
The 07er Riesling SM from the Kellerberg of FX Pichler was ok, but by far not great. I lacked some depth, precision and freshness.
White
11/14/2019 - MQuentel Likes this wine:
93 points
The 2006 Honivogl shows a lot of character and reminds in the style of the northern Rhone, but is a fucking good 2006 Wachau. Despite grape variety and vintage (very high alcohol) well balanced, wonderful spice and creamy melt. Thick, long and harmonious!
White
2010 Y de Yquem Bordeaux Sémillon-Sauvignon Blanc Blend (view label images)
11/14/2019 - MQuentel Likes this wine:
94 points
2010 Y from Château d'Yquem starts off cool with an idea from SB - the 80% Semillon (with its exotic fruit, macadamia, brioche) but quickly give full throttle and clear the way. Thanks to the vintage good acidity and complex.
White
11/14/2019 - MQuentel Likes this wine:
93 points
The Gewürztraminer from the Alsace of Meyer-Fonne was for me Primus Inter Pares (93-94 points) in the flight. Aroma without end, but polished, fresh and complex (typical with a lot of lychee, various rose scents, Galia melon; with sufficient acidity).
White
11/12/2019 - MQuentel Likes this wine:
94 points
Aromatic, fresh nose that changes clearly with air. Sounds of lily of the valley, lilac, rhubarb, pink grapefruit and flint. On the palate a fresh, ripe and silky acidity, very clear and aromatic deep. This wine combines soft and loud tones in beautiful harmony. The structure and the primary fruit are strong, clear and gripping, pressing on the palate. Then you chew the wine and you are sensitized to the clear, light and rather gentle tones and aromas. There is a different nuance hidden in each corner. The deep minerality and the superb acidity carry the wine today and for many years. Very good length.
White
11/2/2019 - MQuentel wrote:
86 points
Orderly Meursault. Clear nose, pure, subtle citrus notes, some popcorn and fresh bread, a hint of vanilla. On the palate medium acidity, clean, good freshness, but also somewhat watery in the middle, it lacks a little concentration. Drinks well nevertheless, uncomplicatedly well. For Meursault good value for money.
White
11/1/2019 - MQuentel Likes this wine:
92 points
Light golden yellow, citrus fruit candied in the nose, a hint of honey. More complex on the palate. Medium plus acid, fine juicy, with good pressure and good density. The aromas range from delicately candied citrus fruits and grapefruit to pear jam and salty minerals, oyster shells. On the palate a lot of excitement, delicate melting in combination with an animating acidity; very nice length.
Red
10/27/2019 - MQuentel wrote:
97 points
What a contemporary witness. This wine from a Burgundy bottle! is 115 years old and stands with much charm and fine character wonderfully in the glass. Orange-brown with brick-red core. The colour is clear and cimely transparent. The nose is fine, somehow fragile and yet beautiful. An enchantingly fine sweet fragrance flows from the nose, a mixture of the remains of a red fruit and flowers (rose hip, a hint of raspberries, figs on the one hand and rose petals and mallows on the other). On the palate also very fine and subtle, perhaps not quite the complexity of the nose. The play of very fine sweetness (with only a hint of malt) and subtle tertiary and fruity notes is nevertheless a fantastic experience. Tea flavoured with orange blossoms, mallow tea, a hint of strawberries, then fine, delicately sweet gingerbread spices, a little iron rust. All in all transparent and fine, fragile, but still with astonishing freshness and a very mature, harmonious acidity. Ends long and fine. Great wine - great experience.
White
10/27/2019 - MQuentel Likes this wine:
91 points
Very beautiful, clear, fresh and pure nose lemon sorbet, orange blossoms and warm/humid steaming limestone and pebbels after a hot summerrain. Clear expression on the palate, quite substantial for Ganevat. Fresh and animating acidity, expressive, slightly smoky minerality, aromatic corresponding with the impressions in the bouquet. Now already wonderful to drink, animating and yet balanced.
Red
10/27/2019 - MQuentel Likes this wine:
91 points
Attractive pinot nose with light notes of red and black berries, discreet charcoal. On the palate red meat, ripe berry fruit, some cherry and raspberry. Good acidity, medium balance, good length.
White
10/26/2019 - MQuentel Likes this wine:
92 points
Medium plus acid, looks very racy, but has enough substance and extract to balance the acidity nicely, limy minerality. On the palate tight, firm and wonderfully pure in its aroma. Various citrus notes, a hint of green apple and a delicate saltiness. Animating - with medium length.
White
10/26/2019 - MQuentel Does not like this wine:
84 points
Broad, flowery-buttery nose. Slightly candy aromas. Violet bed and ripe gooseberries. The acidity is sufficient, but the wine does not find any aromatic balance.
White
10/14/2019 - MQuentel Likes this wine:
92 points
What a pure and mineral Chardonnay. With 12% of alcohol, the bottle is empty in no time. The nose is clearly marked by complex citrus blossoms and citrus fruits. In addition, there is a very stony, wet minerality - hot, wet limestone after a cooling thunderstorm rain. On the palate very pure and very clear in aroma. Together with the acidity drawn with a laser sword, the result is a mouth watering substance, of which one cannot leave one's hand. Very much traction on the palate with medium body. The wonderful minerality together with the acidity brings a really animating freshness. The wine gives a cool, almost silky mouthfeel, Plays aromatically between different citrus fruits and sucking stones. Beautiful length.
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Red
10/13/2019 - MQuentel Likes this wine:
88 points
Bright, transparent chimney red with a beautiful shine. In the nose a fresh scent of summer and light red fruits (cherries/raspberries) and flowers (roses).
Light to medium-weight on the palate, with refreshing clarity and a silky sensual texture, complemented by the prancing acidity. Aromatically playful and also a little kitschy, but incredibly beautiful to drink: light, red berry fruit, framed by spicy notes reminiscent on the one hand of leather (tart) and on the other hand of the Orient (rather sweet). The finish is clean, invigorating, refreshing, with sour cherries, blood orange and a touch of sweet spices. All in all a wonderfully drinkable, playful wine, which is always cheerful and animating even in larger quantities. At the beginning minimal residues of carbonic acid, but this evaporates quickly in the glass.
Red
9/30/2019 - MQuentel Likes this wine:
93 points
DEF RED is 100% Grenache, everything made by hand, by a lovable madman: Andreas Lenzenwöger - right (and left) hand of Paul Feraud and his daughter Laurence, Domaine du Pegau - is today deeply connected with his adopted home Châteauneuf. From his first own vintage there are probably only 2 or 3 barriques, but this wine is absolutely remarkable. A rather ingenious combination of fruit, silky noble tannins with an excellent freshness and fine saltiness. The fruit is a juicy mix of cherries, blackberries, some elderberry and rosewood. It is matured in used Guigal barrels and already shows a wonderful drinking flow when young. The salty minerality from the sandy soils supports this very well. This is a very absorbent substance, which as Châteauneuf du Pape enchants not over thickness (despite its 15% alk.), but over already young complexity and elegance. Will be a big one. 93/100
Red
9/16/2019 - MQuentel wrote:
89 points
This bottle leaves me a little clueless. 2 years ago I was very enthusiastic about this Brunello from Augostina Pieri. The aromatic profile is still there, but this bottle develops (too early) light, tertiary aromas and the fruit gets light notes of oxidation and overripening. The still good structure and the character are still noticeable, but I am a little undecided about the evaluation; bottle variance, intermediate low or - contrary to expectations - already above its peak. In this constitution 89 instead of 94 points.
White
9/13/2019 - MQuentel Likes this wine:
95 points
What a Riesling! Today on the 2nd day he really accelerates. The nose still with light reduction notes, very stony scent, wet basalt and slate, flint, citrus flowers, a hint of pineapple and white currants. On the palate very energetic, tight, with super acidity, beautiful vitality. A wine that wants to be chewed, then it builds pressure, occupies all capillaries and shows a great canon of aromas, various citrus notes, green apples, also tart exotic fruits, some mint, lemon balm, much mineral spice and a slight saltiness. Excellent length. 2020-2035
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Red
9/6/2019 - MQuentel Likes this wine:
93 points
2017 Frauenberg GG - 3-5 year old barrels, 30-40% whole bunch pressing, cool, still restrained nose, recognizable red fruit, wonderful raspberry fruit, also fine violet notes; super acid bite, good structure, very clear fruit, the tannin is noble and delicate. Cool base with animating freshness. Needs time, 92-94 2025-2040
Red
9/6/2019 - MQuentel Likes this wine:
92 points
2017 Bürgel GG - completely grown on shell limestone; 25 hl/ha; in 5 year old barrels matured. Very cool Bürgel, fine herbal spiciness, very well integrated acidity, high freshness and purity, super cherry fruit, ripe morello cherries; clearly chalky minerality, fine, medium firm tannin structure, noble structure, already so young a wonderful drinking pleasure. For the first time the quality comes very close to the Frauenberg Pinot Noir. 91-93 2019 - 2031 (tasted barrel sampel 03/2019)
White
9/6/2019 - MQuentel Likes this wine:
95 points
On the day before the presentation of the 2018 barrel tasting at Keller, we emptied a bottle of 2013 "Kabinett P" in Kaupers Kapellenhof Restaurant (a brutally local and sensational 1-star cuisine) and almost danced with joy on the tables. The P also comes from the Rote Hang - from the Pettenthal. These wines are references of their kind and demonstrate that even "Kabinett" wines can be quite great.
In March 2019, the "2018 Nierstein Hipping Kabinett GK Price Louis" offered a promising fragrance of white-yellow stone fruits, light tobacco, a hint of hash pipe and herbal notes. Wonderful acidity, with a lot of power and aromatic depth. Now the acid-sweet play enchants and you can "drink" at the highest level. With all its power and depth, this wine floats, it possesses the lightness of being, that is the danced Ariel from Mozart's Magic Flute.
White
8/26/2019 - MQuentel Likes this wine:
92 points
This Riesling from the traditional farm of Maximin Grünhaus is a rarity. The wine is produced in only very good years, absolutely clean grapes are the prerequisite. Riesling in the Barrique developed one connects first of all with the name "von Winning". But here is a wine in a glass, which one can rightly certify as a successful mixture of Riesling and Burgundy. The nose is a mixture of fresh citrus notes, popcorn, brioche and a hint of vanilla. In the background a very delicate herbal scent, which can be interpreted as a small hint of Riesling. On the palate the Riesling comes through somewhat more clearly. The very beautiful acidity carries the wine, it works despite the oxidative aging in the small wood, fresh, clear and shows also here its class. Aromatically the impressions of the nose are also reflected on the palate; medium body. The silky, finely creamy melt perfects the drinking experience. Beautiful length.
White
8/25/2019 - MQuentel Does not like this wine:
84 points
On this evening we had Morstein 2007 against 2010 from Wittmann. Two bottles like they couldn't be more different. The 2010 has freshness, clarity, aromatic depth and above all is very well defined and clear. The 2007 is marked by unclean reading, shows some botrytis and is washed out and imprecise in all its kind. The 2010 shows clearly its origin in the aromas, the typical combination of citrus notes, white and yellow stone fruit and hints of dried herbs. The limestone power plant works in the depths. The 2007, on the other hand, washed out in aromas, apple sauce, white peach and spicy notes, the contours are spongy and waft. (However, since so many good reviews have been written about the 2007, it may also have been due to a creeping cork.)
White
8/25/2019 - MQuentel Likes this wine:
93 points
On this evening we had Morstein 2007 against 2010 from Wittmann. Two bottles like they couldn't be more different. The 2010 has freshness, clarity, aromatic depth and above all is very well defined and clear. The 2007 is marked by unclean reading, shows some botrytis and is washed out and imprecise in all its kind. The 2010 shows clearly its origin in the aromas, the typical combination of citrus notes, white and yellow stone fruit and hints of dried herbs. The limestone power plant works in the depths. The 2007, on the other hand, washed out in aromas, apple sauce, white peach and spicy notes, the contours are spongy and waft. (However, since so many good reviews have been written about the 2007, it may also have been due to a creeping cork.)
White
8/25/2019 - MQuentel Likes this wine:
95 points
Brilliant, young and rather pale lemon yellow. A monstrously clear and distinct nose of various dried herbs (e.g. lemon balm, lemon thyme and mint) combined with fine hints of citrus notes and calcareous minerality. On the palate with incredible precession, depth and clarity. Beautiful complex and pure aromas of dried herbs, white stone fruit and a deep minerality, delicate saltiness. An exciting, precise and perfectly balanced masterpiece.
White
8/25/2019 - MQuentel Does not like this wine:
84 points
2007 Rothenberg ungrafted by Kühling Gillot. Has not improved with additional maturity in the basement, rather in the Gegeteil. Really baroque Riesling with a lot of maturity and weight. Neither in nose nor on the palate really pure, but a lot of strength and density. Reminiscent of cake baked with overripe apples; oxidized fruit pulp. In addition a lot of slate minerals, dark, also coarse, gives me little pleasure on this level. I very much hope that the younger vintages will develop more favourably.
White
8/25/2019 - MQuentel Likes this wine:
92 points
Wide yellow gold. The nose is opulent and a crazy potpourri of yellow ripe and partly exotic fruits, ripe pineapple, baked apple and some marzipan. The palate is densely woven, full-bodied and also weighty, but the acidity and freshness are sufficient so that the meal still appears balanced and not too opulent. The few grams of residual sweetness now seem better integrated than in youth. Long, warm and fruity finish. (Not completely botrytis-free harvested material)
White
8/25/2019 - MQuentel Likes this wine:
93 points
Wonderfully matured GG from the "Halenberg". Dark lemon yellow, the nose fresh with plenty of ripe citrus notes and hints of wet pebbles. On the tongue dances a wonderfully ripe acidity. Very nice freshness, good aromatic depth and a really nice acidity, which makes the wine appear very lively and young. Aromatic a quite classic Halenberg with ripe citrus notes, wet stones and a certain herbaceousness, which only the Halenberg produces, but which is difficult to put into words.
White
7/21/2019 - MQuentel Likes this wine:
94 points
Wonderfully precise, pure and perfectly balanced Hubacker Riesling, which animates and tightens the palate in a taut, complex and sustainable way. He likes to work off his inner strength and intensity. A wine that animates with its depth and complexity, its perfect sized power and a wonderful, medium plus acidity. I'm excited.
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White
7/21/2019 - MQuentel wrote:
84 points
Smells and tastes like a mixture of mountain herbs and green tea, on the palate with plenty of tannin, as in a slightly too long drawn tea. In its kind astringent and animating at the same time, a little medizinal and dull. A more intellectual than enjoyable wine. In its kind quite complex and iridescent. Exciting!
White
7/21/2019 - MQuentel Likes this wine:
85 points
A real tough guy. Powerful, earthy, dry and full of wild herbs and flavors. Reminiscent of a blend of wormwood and Barolo Chinato. Herbal-dark and tart flavor. As a soloist a bit exhausting, it goes well with rich and greasy dishes. The digestive liquor can then be omitted.
White
7/21/2019 - MQuentel Likes this wine:
90 points
A Muscat natural wine, which creates a wonderful combination of this aromatic grape variety with a moderate phenolics and bone-dry character. Expressive without kitsch, invigorating and animating. So I like natural wine without or with very little sulfur.
White
7/21/2019 - MQuentel Likes this wine:
91 points
expressive, rich and varied scent of exotic fruits and flowers, highly aromatic on the palate, a wild, complex mixture of very different exotic and citric fruits and wild flowers. Hardly anyone knows that Riesling is counted among the aroma grape varieties, this is a nice and successful example. The acidity is medium plus, medium body, now with a lot of juice and young, wild and unbridled charm. In the background some phenolic hints, which have a structuring effect and give character to the wine.
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