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Heinz Eifel Riesling Kabinett 2011

Editorial Review by Gregory Dal Piaz:

Ripe, slightly candied lemon tones greet the nose followed by apple peel and wet slate aromas. Round and slightly voluptuously textured, even though this is not terribly sweet and it seems to have plenty of freshening acidity. The flavors lean toward the green apple and apricot side of things, with a little mineral pop on the back end and a slight hint of austerity on the modest finish. 85pts

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Region: Germany » Mosel
Winery: Heinz Eifel
Color: White
Varietal: Riesling
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Heinz Eifel:
In 1979 Heinz Eifel founded Römerhof (Roman Yard) in Trittenheim in the heart of the Mosel Valley. When his daughter, Anne Eifel-Spohr, received her oenology degree from Geisenheim University in 2000, Eifel set out to collaborate with her on top-quality wines that reflected tradition while simultaneously respecting the inspiration of the young winemaker. The family was so pleased with th... Read more
In 1979 Heinz Eifel founded Römerhof (Roman Yard) in Trittenheim in the heart of the Mosel Valley. When his daughter, Anne Eifel-Spohr, received her oenology degree from Geisenheim University in 2000, Eifel set out to collaborate with her on top-quality wines that reflected tradition while simultaneously respecting the inspiration of the young winemaker. The family was so pleased with the quality and individual character of these wines, they decided to put their own name on the bottle, thus creating Heinz Eifel wines.   Read less

Editorial Reviews for Heinz Eifel Riesling Kabinett

Snooth User: Gregory Dal Piaz
89065222,083
2.50 5
03/13/2013

Ripe, slightly candied lemon tones greet the nose followed by apple peel and wet slate aromas. Round and slightly voluptuously textured, even though this is not terribly sweet and it seems to have plenty of freshening acidity. The flavors lean toward the green apple and apricot side of things, with a little mineral pop on the back end and a slight hint of austerity on the modest finish. 85pts




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