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WTN: 2001 Georg Breuer, Berg Schlossberg


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2001 Georg Breuer, Berg Schlossberg, Rheingau, #1 02

This is my first encounter with this producer and while I generally I'm not a huge fan of dry Riesling (actually not a lot of experience with them), I found this wine interesting, if not completely compelling. Hope this means I'm not becoming a convert to dry Riesling as they are difficult to find in these parts.

Color is that of light straw. Quite dry, with some stone fruit and a refreshing minerality. This acid tolerant taster found the acids potent and gum tingling so acid-phobes beware.

I suspect this wine is somewhat closed down at this point and will revisit it in three or four years when the acidity calms just a bit.

Redwinger

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