Josef Leitz Riesling Rüdesheimer Drachenstein Dragonstone 2011

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Terry Theise: (discernable but not obtrusive sweetness) CORE-LIST WINE. Around 90° Oechsle, homeopathic chaptalizatio...

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New Hyde Park, NY (230 mi)
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Scarsdale, NY (240 mi)
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A Terry Thiese wine. Semi-sweet with aromas and flavors of red apple and pear. Great with spicy food. Read more

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Source: kybecca
07/02/2008

A Terry Thiese wine. Semi-sweet with aromas and flavors of red apple and pear. Great with spicy food.


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Winemaker's Notes:

Terry Theise: (discernable but not obtrusive sweetness) CORE-LIST WINE. Around 90° Oechsle, homeopathic chaptalization, very late picked and pure single-site Drachenstein; the wine is exceptionally delineated and kinetic (thanks maybe to its 9.2g/l acidity); it lunges across the palate to a pithy firm core or mineral and licorice and a vivid dry bite, into a kirsch-y grappa-ish finish. Length is double-take striking.

Terry Theise: (discernable but not obtrusive sweetness) CORE-LIST WINE. Around 90° Oechsle, homeopathic chaptalization, very late picked and pure single-site Drachenstein; the wine is exceptionally delineated and kinetic (thanks maybe to its 9.2g/l acidity); it lunges across the palate to a pithy firm core or mineral and licorice and a vivid dry bite, into a kirsch-y grappa-ish finish. Length is double-take striking.

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