Immich-Batterieberg Riesling Enkircher Batterieberg 2010

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Union Square Wine & Spirits
New York, NY (2,500 mi)
USD 59.99
750ml
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A tangy, dry example of a plump riesling. Notes of eucalyptus come across the palate dominated by apricot peel and mountain flowers, opening to hin... Read more

A tangy, dry example of a plump riesling. Notes of eucalyptus come across the palate dominated by apricot peel and mountain flowers, opening to hin... Read more

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Source: Astor Wines & Spirits
09/28/2011

A tangy, dry example of a plump riesling. Notes of eucalyptus come across the palate dominated by apricot peel and mountain flowers, opening to hints of quince. Blue slate is unmistakable on this exceedingly complex wine. Batterieberg is the best-known of Enkirch’s vineyards and a monopole of Immich-Batterieberg. Its name—which means “demoltion hill”—is a tribute to the dynamite used, in the 19th century, to blast a rocky outcropping, leaving a vineyard in its wake. Today the vines are old and ungrafted, and the wine, aged in a combination of tank and cask, is powerfully structured.


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Source: Astor Wines & Spirits
Vintage: 2009 10/02/2011

A tangy, dry example of a plump riesling. Notes of eucalyptus come across the palate dominated by apricot peel and mountain flowers, opening to hints of quince. Blue slate is unmistakable on this exceedingly complex wine. Batterieberg is the best-known of Enkirch’s vineyards and a monopole of Immich-Batterieberg. Its name—which means “demoltion hill”—is a tribute to the dynamite used, in the 19th century, to blast a rocky outcropping, leaving a vineyard in its wake. Today the vines are old and ungrafted, and the wine, aged in a combination of tank and cask, is powerfully structured.


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