Gunderloch Jean Baptiste Riesling Kabinett 2011

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Gunderloch, a wine prince of the Rheinhessen, makes several late-harvest rieslings that very famous, sweet and expens...

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This wine was available at the Vancouver International Wine Festival. It has all the tart characteristics of a typical Nackenheim wine with sour ap... Read more

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Snooth User: zufrieden
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3.00 5
05/10/2013

This wine was available at the Vancouver International Wine Festival. It has all the tart characteristics of a typical Nackenheim wine with sour apple nose and gooseberry on the palate. A very acceptable quaff with some evolution occurring in terms of gasoline notes. A worthy wine for summer sipping. 85 points.


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Gunderloch, a wine prince of the Rheinhessen, makes several late-harvest rieslings that very famous, sweet and expensive.This is the estate's *dry* Kabinett. "Mint, orange blossom and heliotrope delight the nose, setting up Gunderloch’s 2011 Riesling Kabinett Jean-Baptiste to deliver a soothingly polished, expansive mouthful of liquid floral perfume and almond cookie infusion backed by rather prominent sweetness in comparison with other recent editions of this cuvee. Admirably persistent, with a hint of alkalinity offering some counterpoint to its [somewhat] sweet personality."Robert Parker's Wine Advocate

Gunderloch, a wine prince of the Rheinhessen, makes several late-harvest rieslings that very famous, sweet and expensive.This is the estate's *dry* Kabinett. "Mint, orange blossom and heliotrope delight the nose, setting up Gunderloch’s 2011 Riesling Kabinett Jean-Baptiste to deliver a soothingly polished, expansive mouthful of liquid floral perfume and almond cookie infusion backed by rather prominent sweetness in comparison with other recent editions of this cuvee. Admirably persistent, with a hint of alkalinity offering some counterpoint to its [somewhat] sweet personality."Robert Parker's Wine Advocate

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