Ürziger Würzgarten Riesling Spätlese Goldkapsel Alte Reben 2021 Dr. Hermann
Spätlese, een perfect samenspel tussen zuren en restsuiker. Bij Dr. Hermann maken ze deze piekfijne versie met enerzijds rijk tropisch fruit, en anderzijds piekfijne citrusaroma's. Gouden kleur, gouden wijn.Verder lezen
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From vines about 100 years old, the 2021 Ürziger Würzgarten In der Kranklei Riesling Spätlese Alte Reben (Gold Capsule) was picked in early November with 89° Oechsle. The wine shows a clear, deep, pure and intense, stony/herbal bouquet that is highly refined and complex but by far not as opulent or fruit intense compared to former vintages. Round and refined on the palate, this is a generous, saline and playful Spätlese of great finesse. The wine is not really rich or generous but a perfect mix of body, salt, grip and ripe, elegant fruit. The acidity is highly refined and leads to a saline, salivating finish with stimulating crunchy slate splinters. Absolutely fabulous! This has 7.5% stated alcohol plus a moderate 72 grams per liter of residual sugar. Natural cork. Tasted at the domaine in July 2022. There were 1,300 bottles filled in late April of this year.
"I have been waiting for this vintage for 20 years, that I also have a Saar acid in my life," beams Christian Hermann with a wink, who once again presents a stupendous collection of Mosel Rieslings, including three fantastic Trockenbeerenauslesen from the Erden sites Prälat and Treppchen, the latter where he has even selected two TBAs. For a long time, the 2021 vintage looked anything but promising. The abundant rain caused Peronospora problems everywhere, but especially in the Erdener Treppchen. Hermann puts the yield loss at 70% compared to the long-term average. But the decimation of the grapes brought "great qualities," he says. At least for him, that's true. His Prädikat wines, supported by savory acidity, are outstanding, from the Kabinett from the Ürziger Würzgarten to the Spätlesen from Erden and the TBAs. The Eiswein is also superb. The harvest began far later than in recent years, on October 14 (2020: September 21), and lasted exactly four weeks. The wines have electric acidity that gives them a straight and tensioned character. Less sweet than in former years, the 2021 Prädikatsweine are nevertheless rich but as vivacious as rarely before. Also noteworthy, or rather promising, are the first two Pinot Noirs I tasted from Christian Hermann, even though they are currently still in barrel: a highly refined and refreshing 2021 from the Zeltinger Himmelreich and a full-bodied, powerful Kinheimer Rosenberg -R- from the 2020 vintage that is currently still searching for precision and finesse.
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