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|John Gilman, View from the Cellar #62|
“The grapes for the 2015 Kabinett from the Ohligsberg were the very last that Julian collected this year, as this is a shady section of the vineyard. The wine is fairly similar in its numbers to the Schubertslay Kabinett, with seven percent alcohol, forty grams per liter of residual sugar and a touch more acidity, coming in at fully twelve grams per liter. The wine is equally ethereal to the Schubertslay, with a gorgeous, youthful nose of gooseberry, slate, white flowers, wild yeasts, citrus zest and an outstanding base of slate minerality.
|Mosel Fine Wines #32|
"Only 200 liters of this beauty were produced, and the Estate decided to bottle it only in magnum. A very light, fresh and animating nose develops absolutely fascinating nuances of green fruits, white flowers, spices and fresh water, all wrapped, at this early stage, into some delicately smoky and herbal reduction. This remains truly Kabinett in style with an almost irresistible lightness and ethereal structure on the palate. The depth of flavors and complexity in the long and fresh finish just needs time to fully blossom, and this hints at a great wine at maturity, which will be in a longer time as this is only available in magnum. Those of you lucky enough to get their hands on one of this are in for a great treat!"