Strub Riesling Rheinhessen "Soil To Soul" 2008

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91 points Fine Wine Review: The QbA Soil to Soul thrilled me for the sensuality in its yellow and dark plum fruit and texture to go with some sweetness. The wine is a little plump but nevertheless has good supporting acidity. I'd drink young. 10% stated alcohol. (Issue #127; 2010)

Region: Germany » Rheinhessen

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Winery: J.u.H.A. Strub
Color: White
Varietal: Riesling
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Vintage: 2007 12/27/2010

It was not overly sweet, and went well with spicy sushi


External Reviews for Strub Riesling Rheinhessen "Soil To Soul"

External Review
Source: Astor Wines & Spirits
11/17/2009

A blend of two lots, whose acidity and sweetness pair wonderfully; this is one of the most savory vintages of this wine.


External Review
Source: Astor Wines & Spirits
12/24/2009

A sleek, almost Scheurebe-like Riesling with grapefruit aromatics. This is very fruit-driven though and boasts mint, apples and apricots. Mildly sweet on the palate.


External Review
Source: Astor Wines & Spirits
07/17/2010

Paterberg is a vineyard, covering the entire limestone plateau south of the village of Nierstein. Full of lemongrass, minty herbs and green apples on the palate. Quite vibrant and delicious with a chill.


External Review
Source: Astor Wines & Spirits
10/05/2010

The Paterberg vineyard covers an entire limestone plateau south of the village of Nierstein. This Riesling is full of lemongrass, minty herbs, and green apples on the palate. Quite vibrant and delicious with a chill.


External Review
Vintage: 2007 06/21/2009

This semi-sweet Riesling from the Rheinhessen has delicious peach, pineapple, and tropical fruit flavors.



91 points Fine Wine Review: The QbA Soil to Soul thrilled me for the sensuality in its yellow and dark plum fruit and texture to go with some sweetness. The wine is a little plump but nevertheless has good supporting acidity. I'd drink young. 10% stated alcohol. (Issue #127; 2010)

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