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|John Gilman, View from the Cellar #62|
“The 2015 Mosel Riesling bottling is mostly Goldtröpfchen fruit this year. The wine was raised in its customary blend of fifty percent fuder and fifty percent stainless steel and is a fine bottle in the making. The bouquet offers up a youthful blend of pink grapefruit, wild yeasts, citrus peel, a fine base of slate minerality and a touch of Goldtröpfchen currant leaf in the upper register. On the palate the wine is fullish, crisp and beautifully balanced, with fine focus and grip, a lovely core and a very long, vibrant and beautifully transparent finish that shows excellent mineral drive and precision. Fine juice.”
|Mosel Fine Wines|
"The 2015er Mosel Riesling comes mainly from the Goldtröpfchen with, in addition, the fruit from some young vines of the Schubertslay and Ohligsberg. Its bouquet is initially on the fresh and cool side before riper notes of mirabelle, greengage and pineapple come through. The wine proves superbly clean, zesty and dynamic on the palate and in the finish. It only needs a few years to fully blossom."