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2009 Schloss Reinhartshausen Erbacher Schlossberg


This dry Riesling is the product of 60 year-old vines grown on loess soil; a classic expression of the Riesling grape from the Rheingau with a beautifully elegant character both in the glass and on the palate. Aromas of peach, cassis, and freshly zested orange; a ripe, juicy burst of flavor with each sip balanced with an underlying minerality that ties it all together in a long and lasting finish.

ABV % = 13.5


The Rheingau is further south in Germany than the Mosel, situated on the Rhein river. This region is famous for its dry Riesling wines from Erstes Gewachs, or grand cru, vineyards. There are also amazing Rieslings which are off-dry to fruity, as well as some stellar Pinot Noir.

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