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Schafer-Frohlich Riesling Trocken 2014

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89+ points John Gilman (View From the Cellar): The 2014 Estate Riesling Trocken was nicely reserved at the time of my visit at the tail end of March, with the wine showing excellent potential. This year the wine was finished off with between five and six grams of residual sugar to balance its zesty acids and is really impeccably well-balanced, The nose offers up a very minerally constellation of grapefruit, green apple, lemongrass, dried flowers and complex minerality. On the palate the wine is medium-full, vibrant and really well defined this year, with a lovely core, bright acids and a very long, complex and impressively serious finish. Was this the best 'Estate Riesling Trocken' bottling I tasted on the trip? 2015-2030. (Mar/Apr 2015)

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89+ points John Gilman (View From the Cellar): The 2014 Estate Riesling Trocken was nicely reserved at the time of my visit at the tail end of March, with the wine showing excellent potential. This year the wine was finished off with between five and six grams of residual sugar to balance its zesty acids and is really impeccably well-balanced, The nose offers up a very minerally constellation of grapefruit, green apple, lemongrass, dried flowers and complex minerality. On the palate the wine is medium-full, vibrant and really well defined this year, with a lovely core, bright acids and a very long, complex and impressively serious finish. Was this the best 'Estate Riesling Trocken' bottling I tasted on the trip? 2015-2030. (Mar/Apr 2015)

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