Guntrum Niersteiner Bergkirche Riesling Kabinett 2008

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The Louis Guntrum cellars lay on the banks of the Rhine between Oppenheimer and Nierstein. The 11th generation, Louis...

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Winemaker's Notes:

The Louis Guntrum cellars lay on the banks of the Rhine between Oppenheimer and Nierstein. The 11th generation, Louis Konstantin Guntrum, the sole owner, is managing the estate today. Modern cellar technology, combined with the best of traditional wine-making and philosophy have formed a harmonious relationship, and are responsible for the production of some of Germany‘s finest wines. Steven Spurrier tasted this wine in October 2008 and scored iy 16/20 with the comment: "Silvery pale, a nice ripeness, even a hint of exotic fruit above the floral-limey Riesling nose; good depth of fruit on the palate and seems weightier than its 10 degrees alcohol and certainly sweeter than I expected from a Kabinett.; floral, soft fruit finish with lifted acidity, a good wine, still a little young and obvious, will show more complexity next year."

The Louis Guntrum cellars lay on the banks of the Rhine between Oppenheimer and Nierstein. The 11th generation, Louis Konstantin Guntrum, the sole owner, is managing the estate today. Modern cellar technology, combined with the best of traditional wine-making and philosophy have formed a harmonious relationship, and are responsible for the production of some of Germany‘s finest wines. Steven Spurrier tasted this wine in October 2008 and scored iy 16/20 with the comment: "Silvery pale, a nice ripeness, even a hint of exotic fruit above the floral-limey Riesling nose; good depth of fruit on the palate and seems weightier than its 10 degrees alcohol and certainly sweeter than I expected from a Kabinett.; floral, soft fruit finish with lifted acidity, a good wine, still a little young and obvious, will show more complexity next year."

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