Sammlerbox: Süßweine Beerenauslesen & Trockenbeerenauslesen (6 Flaschen) 2018

Dr. Hermann Sammlerbox: Süßweine Beerenauslesen & Trockenbeerenauslesen 2018

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Riesling 100%
weiß, süss
Trinkreife: 2020–2070
Verpackt in: 1er OHK
exotisch & aromatisch
sehr süss
Lobenberg: 95–100/100
Parker: 93–99+/100
Deutschland, Mosel Saar Ruwer
Allergene: Sulfite, Abfüllerinformation

Heiner Lobenberg über:
Sammlerbox: Süßweine Beerenauslesen & Trockenbeerenauslesen (6 Flaschen) 2018


Lobenberg: Diese Sammlerbox enthält je eine 0,375l Flasche folgender Weine: Piesporter Goldtröpfchen Beerenauslese Goldkapsel, Erdener Treppchen Trockenbeerenauslese Goldkapsel, Kinheimer Hubertuslay Trockenbeerenauslese Lange Goldkapsel, Ürziger Würzgarten Trockenbeerenauslese Lange Goldkapsel Alte Reben, Erdener Treppchen Trockenbeerenauslese Lange Goldkapsel Alte Reben, Erdener Prälat Trockenbeerenauslese Lange Goldkapsel Alte Reben. Christian Hermann hat im Jahr 2018 einige der spektakulärsten Süßweine Europas geerntet. Unter anderem die Prälat TBA mit weit über 300 Oechsle, ein nie zuvor erreichter Wert. Diese Kiste setzt dem außergewöhnlichen Jahrgang, nahezu botrytisfrei, mächtig und groß. In süß eine Legende für die Ewigkeit wie 1959, 1976 oder 1990.


Parker über: Sammlerbox: Süßweine Beerenauslesen & Trockenbeerenauslesen (6 Flaschen)

-- Parker: Piesporter Goldtröpfchen Riesling Beerenauslese (Gold Capsule): Picked at 150° Oechsle from the Niederemmel part of the cru that is well-known for its water storage capacity, the 2018 Piesporter Goldtröpfchen Riesling Beerenauslese (Gold Capsule) opens with very clear, fresh, zesty and concentrated fruit that is reminiscent of candied grapefruit, lemon rind, yellow plums, raspberries, crushed slate, black pepper and honey. On the palate, this is a rich, dense, silky textured, refined and elegant BA with good concentration, stewed peach and apricot flavors as well as stimulating freshness, finesse and gripping bitters on the finish. It's very digestible, though still dominantly sweet. This BA is based on 85% healthy fruits and only 15% raisined berries, which pushed up the sugar level and concentration. Bottled with 7.5% alcohol, 210 grams of residual sugar per liter and a total acidity of nine grams per liter. 93+/100Erdener Treppchen Riesling Trockenbeerenauslese (Gold Capsule): From the Hödlay and Kriebslay plots that also made up the Auslese, Christian Hermann's intensely golden-yellow colored 2018 Erdener Treppchen Riesling Trockenbeerenauslese (Gold Capsule) was still a bit volatile initially when I tasted it a week after the bottling in late July this year. However, clarity, concentration and freshness are spectacular on both the nose and palate after a while in the glass and days in the uncorked bottle. Featuring rich and oily consistency, the wine has remarkable finesse and freshness, and everything is highly refined and stimulatingly piquant. A very concentrated elixir made with grapes that were picked at 200° Oechsle and bottled with 360 grams per liter of residual sugar, this Treppchen TBA is terribly sweet but rarely is it as light-footed, elegant and digestible as here. This is a spectacular effort, but wine collectors should be patient: this TBA will gain in complexity over the years in the bottle. 6% alcohol. Total acidity: 11.2 grams per liter. 96/100Kinheimer Hubertuslay Riesling Trockenbeerenauslese (Long Gold Capsule): From a very steep 1st-class vineyard with 70-year-old vines trained on single poles, the amber-golden colored 2018 Kinheimer Hubertuslay Riesling Trockenbeerenauslese (Long Gold Capsule) is very clear and fresh on the intensely aromatic, highly concentrated, apricot but also citrus-fresh and even flinty nose. Rich and oily on the palate, this is a charmingly smooth, seamlessly textured, very sweet but refined and elegant TBA with fine acidity and a lemon-zesty finish. The concentration here is insane, and it's hard to taste any other wine after this Hubertuslay whose grapes were hand-sorted during the harvest of the Kabinett, Spätlese and Auslese and came in at 260° Oechsle. In the first round, I thought this attractively fruity but terribly sweet Riesling didn't have the depth, finesse and tensioned structure of the Würzgarten, Prälat or Treppchen. After two days, though, I discovered the missed structure and finesse was only hidden behind a thick curtain of sweetness (490 grams per liter of residual sugar), fruit and texture. There is great potential to age this for decades—it's up to you if you like the wine that rich and sweet or more complex several years from now. I remember a discussion with a wine buyer from Malaysia who would surely prefer this TBA to all the others because the acidity is completely integrated and so smooth. For him and his clients, richness and roundness are trumps. This TBA was bottled with 6% alcohol and nine grams of total acidity. 98/100Ürziger Würzgarten Riesling Trockenbeerenauslese Alte Reben (Long Gold Capsule): From a very old plot close to the sundial and picked at 245° Oechsle, Christian Hermann's golden-yellow colored 2018 Ürziger Würzgarten Riesling Trockenbeerenauslese Alte Reben (Long Gold Capsule) is discreet and fine yet deep and flinty on the spicy, highly elegant and remarkably pure nose that displays lovely notes of zesty lemon and stone fruit only after two days in the opened bottle. Tea, lemon and very fine flint and Riesling aromas lead to an oily-textured, very rich and sweet but also fresh, piquant, utterly elegant and seamless palate with a stimulatingly clear, fresh and even slightly salty finish. This is a delicious, highly concentrated sweet wine with great finesse and aging potential. The wine was bottled with 6% alcohol and not less than 470 grams per liter of residual sugar lifted by 11 grams per liter of total acidity. Thanks to three hectares of vines in the best part of the cru, Hermann selected 60 liters of TBA. 97+/100Erdener Treppchen Riesling Trockenbeerenauslese Alte Reben (Long Gold Capsule): From very old vines on single poles in the Onnerts parcel right above the Prälat and neighboring the Herzlei, the 2018 Erdener Treppchen Riesling Trockenbeerenauslese Alte Reben (Long Gold Capsule) is darker-toned and more spicy or peppery on the nose than the 'regular' Gold Capsule and displays very clear, precise and noble apricot, tea and zesty lemon notes. It's almost floral but also spicy, a mysterious nose that will develop a lot over the coming years and decades. Lush and intense on the palate, this is another terribly sweet TBA, though not as rich or oily textured, thanks to its vitality and piquancy (470 grams of residual sugar are countered by 11 grams of total acidity). Picked at around 245° Oechsle, this is truly finessed, playful and even vibrant noble sweet wine, and readers will need to be patient if they prefer TBAs that are less nervous and piquant but more quiet and smooth. 97/100Erdener Prälat Riesling Trockenbeerenauslese Alte Reben (Long Gold Capsule): The 2018 Erdener Prälat Riesling Trockenbeerenauslese Alte Reben (Long Gold Capsule) is an assemblage of a selection that came in with a spectacular 321° Oechsle, which even shocked winemaker Christian Hermann, who had never picked sweeter grapes. He decided to blend this ten-liter part with a 50-liter selection that was made for Beerenauslese and weighed in at 200+° Oechsle 'to get a digestible wine instead of a spread,' as Hermann says. The final TBA displays a radiant golden color and opens with a super clear, intense, elegant, concentrated and zesty bouquet that intermixes stewed apricot and orange zest aromas with lemon rind and spicy, even peppery dark chocolate and wet stone notes. After two days, this TBA still isn't really shy but is discreet and, in a way, mysterious in its flavors. Very rich and oily yet highly refined and balanced on the palate, this is an enormously generous but also refined, piquant and tensioned Prälat TBA that develops a great and intense finish with sustainable finesse. The wine was bottled with 6% alcohol and no less than 478 grams of residual sugar and 9.9 grams of residual sugar. 99+/100

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Das Weingut Dr. Hermann in Erden entstand 1967 aus der Erbteilung des Erzeugers Joh. Jos. Christoffel Erben in Ürzig. Der Großvater, der Mediziner Dr. Christian Hermann, gründete damals sein eigenes Weingut. Heute leiten Rudi Hermann und Sohn Christian Hermann zusammen den Betrieb. Es ist aber...