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Riesling Erste Lage "Uhlen - Roth Lay" Auslese Goldkapsel (fruchtsüß) Ökowein

Rebsorten:Riesling
Artikelnummer:15242H
 
Jahrgang:
Bewertung:Lobenberg 98-99
WS 96
Parker 95
Trinkreife:2008 - 2045
 
Alkoholgrad:7,5% vol.
Allergene:Sulfite
verpackt in:6er
Abfüller:Erzeuger

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weiß
0,375 l
39,50 €
 
€/l 105,33
inkl. 19% MwSt., zzgl. Versandkosten
Lobenberg: Die Frische kommt hier mit leichten Kräuternoten daher. Spuren von Orangenmarmelade und Zitronenzesten münden in einem Fluss aus Honig, der sich in all seiner Breite dem Meer aus Saft entgegen ergießt. Trotz des wenigen Gefälles und des vielen Restzuckers hat dieser tolle Wein unglaublich viel Schwung und Rasse ohne Ende. Sein purer Hedonismus reißt einen mit. 98-99/100 -- WS: Candied citrus, jujube, sweet spice and quince paste aromas and flavors mark this sweet, bracing Riesling, which is light on its feet and resonates on the finish with a mouthwatering feel and echoes of citrus. 96/100-- Parker: Lowenstein's 2007 Winninger Uhlen Riesling Auslese Gold Capsule Roth Lay (as in the corresponding dry wines, the letter "R" is prominent on the label) benefits from counterpoint and collaboration among bright citrus, rich pit fruit essences, and the honey of botrytis. For all of its enormous sheer ripeness and concentration, this retains a striking sense of delicacy. A snappy, spicy, pungent streak - taken together with vivid, diverse pit fruits and citrus - serves for exhilaration in a finish of memorable length and energy, with a vivid impression of crushed stone one hardly expects in a wine of such sweetness and prominent botrytization. There seems to be something of a personality role reversal at work this year, because the corresponding Rottgen Auslese is cool and refined whereas this Uhlen displays more of the piquancy and (as French growers might say) nervosite that I associate with Rottgen. But then, botrytis is always something of a wild card, so that a wine like this is profoundly and unpredictably influenced by the precise microclimatic conditions for and differences in the nature of that fungus. No doubt this too will be worth following for two or more decades. 95/100