This 2011 Riesling from Mosel, Germany has an aromatic mix of apple, peach and lime. Its lightly sweet on the mid-palette and has a short mineral/slate finish. The peak time for this wine should begin 2016. Pairs nicely with spicy Asian foods and seafood. Best served at 54 degrees.
External Reviews for Dr. Loosen Erdener Treppchen Riesling Spatlese
Restrained and perfectly ripe, this captures the delicacy possible from this vineyard in its clarity and shape, the green fruit and mineral notes crystalline in their expression. Underneath, the minerality runs like a stream, brisk and cool.
Intense aromas and flavors of peach strudel and apple pie feature notes of custard and gooseberry. The vibrant finish echoes with long, pure glazed citrus notes. A powerful style. Drink now through 2030.
This wine is fresh and vibrant in acidity and structure, yet penetrating on the palate with sweet, ripe stonefruit and yellow floral notes. Hints of lime pith and jasmine tea add texture and astringency on the long, mineral-laden finish.
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