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|John Gilman, View from the Cellar #62|
“The 2015 Ohligsberg Spätlese was another of the wines in the cellar that was showing a bit grumpy after its very recent filtering. The nose, with some urging, shows notes of white peach, white cherry, slate, gentle notes of petrol, iris blossoms and an esthery topnote of bee pollen. On the palate the wine is pure, medium-full and racy, with a lovely core and a very long finish that shows off fine cut and grip. The detail and focus here is not available for dissection, due to its recent filtration, but I am sure that this will come back very well with a bit of recovery time.”
|Mosel Fine Wines #32|
"The 2015er Ohligsberg Spätlese was harvested at a very moderate 85° Oechsle. Closed at first, it is only after some extensive airing that this wine develops beautiful scents of white mineral elements, vineyard peach, grapefruit and flowers including violet. The wine has quite some presence and creamy notes on the mid-palate with riper notes of pear and yellow peach leading to a superbly refined and delicate finish. This is a gorgeous Spätlese with quite some upside potential."