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Schlossgut Diel Riesling Spatlese Dorsheimer Pittermannchen 2014

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+ Terry Theise: (discernable but not obtrusive sweetness). 'This was supposed to be a GG, but to be honest it tasted so good during fermentation that we stopped it.' Well if you have to improvise at least you got a masterpiece. Violets and hyacinth and fraises de bois; the palate is racy and rich, zingy and creamy, swollen and skeletal, fluffy yet with steely acidity--how on earth can wine do this? HERE is the genius of 2014 at its best.

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Schlossgut Diel:
The historic map from the year 1901 divided the vineyards situated in the Prussian part of the Nahe into three land tax categories. Even at that time, Goldloch, Burgberg und Pittermännchen were recognized as top sites and taxed accordingly. In 1997, the Prädikatsweingüter - an association of vintners dedicated to the production of high quality wines with distinction abbreviated as VDP - made i... Read more
The historic map from the year 1901 divided the vineyards situated in the Prussian part of the Nahe into three land tax categories. Even at that time, Goldloch, Burgberg und Pittermännchen were recognized as top sites and taxed accordingly. In 1997, the Prädikatsweingüter - an association of vintners dedicated to the production of high quality wines with distinction abbreviated as VDP - made it a standing rule in their statute that the most renown single vineyard sites can only be used in combination with the Riesling grape and in compliance with strict quality criteria. Read less

+ Terry Theise: (discernable but not obtrusive sweetness). 'This was supposed to be a GG, but to be honest it tasted so good during fermentation that we stopped it.' Well if you have to improvise at least you got a masterpiece. Violets and hyacinth and fraises de bois; the palate is racy and rich, zingy and creamy, swollen and skeletal, fluffy yet with steely acidity--how on earth can wine do this? HERE is the genius of 2014 at its best.

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