Riesling Reserve Zöbinger Heiligenstein Alte Reben

Bründlmayer

Riesling Reserve Zöbinger Heiligenstein Alte Reben 2012

exotisch & aromatisch
frische Säure
voll & rund
96–97
100
2
Riesling 100%
5
weiß
13,0% Vol.
Trinkreife: 2015–2035
Verpackt in: 6er
3
Lobenberg: 96–97/100
Falstaff: 94–96/100
Parker: 94/100
6
Österreich, Kamptal
7
Allergene: Sulfite, Abfüllerinformation
lobenberg

Heiner Lobenberg über:
Riesling Reserve Zöbinger Heiligenstein Alte Reben 2012

96–97
/100

Lobenberg: Enorm druckvoller Riesling mit zarter Süße, ganz viel Kraft, satter Blütenhonig, Kräuter der Provence, fast fette Aprikose und Pfirsich. Auch Mango und Passionsfrucht im Mund, klasse Salzspur im Nachhall. Etwas Botrytis? Ich denke ja, dennoch ein Finessewein, die Zitrusaromen und Kräuter schaffen die Balance zur fetten Exotik, ein Wein für langes Leben. 96-97/100

94–96
/100

Falstaff über: Riesling Reserve Zöbinger Heiligenstein Alte Reben

-- Falstaff: Helles Gelbgrün. Zart nach Orangen, mit frischen Wiesenkräutern unterlegte Pfirsichfrucht, feiner Blütenhonig klingt an. Kraftvoll, extraktsüße gelbe Tropenfruchtaromen, frischer Säurebogen, bleibt gut haften, betonte Mineralik im Abgang, straff und mit guter Länge ausgestattet, sicheres Reifepotenzial. 94-96/100

94
/100

Parker über: Riesling Reserve Zöbinger Heiligenstein Alte Reben

-- Parker: Brundlmayer’s 2012 Riesling Heiligenstein Alte Reben is among those of its vintage that combine richness with vivacity, and it also illustrates the increasing ability and interest on the part of Austrian growers to moderate must weights and hence finished alcohol, which in many recent bottlings from these old vines as well as from their younger “Lyra”- trained neighbors has proven at least a slight handicap to poise and complexity. Lime rind bitterness and sting of nettle lend near face-slapping invigoration to a wine full of juicy fresh lime and apple and tinged with stony and saline elements. From a sample of just two bottles – and thus statistically insignificant – such was my impression of this wine from a Stelvin-sealed bottle as utilized in the winery tasting room but not commercialized. From a natural cork-sealed bottle (whose contents determined my rating), it blossomed into the specific florality associated with this site and exhibited by the corresponding “regular” bottling (which was bottled solely with a Stelvin closure). Smoky hints of black tea serve for counterpoint in the nose as well as on the palate, which exhibits alluring textural refinement allied to liquid perfume – imagine the bittersweet impression of sucking on honeysuckle stems – rendering the polished yet animating palate here absolutely ravishing. The finish here represents a resonant, umami-rich afterglow of zesty, piquant, saliva-inducing and diversely mineral impressions. This beauty ought to merit attention through at least 2025 (from vintages from the 1990s, these vines have accumulated a superb track record). 94/100

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