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Pinot Gris Sélection de Grains Nobles 1994 (37,5cl)
A rare and prestigious wine with an extreme concentration and fantastic aromatic richness, this wine has extraordinary reminiscences of cooked peaches, candied lemon zest, fruit cake, caramelized butter, caramel, plum cake and various spices; on the palate, cherries, raspberries, apricots, orange peel confit bust. Graceful, well structured, this nicely proportioned wine seems to be at the peak of its maturity yet it has the balance and substance necessary for a good ageing in the cellar.
Pinot Gris Vendanges Tardives 1999
This Pinot Gris comes from the slopes of the Pfingstberg and after admiring its very pronounced golden yellow, you can smell its slightly botrytised nose mixing notes of gingerbread and acacia honey.Its mouth is opulent, supple and silky, a fine acidity appears backwards bringing with it powerful aromas of honey slightly botrytised, oranges and white fruits… Food & wine pairing: A wine to taste as an aperitif, with foie gras or with desserts, and especially chocolate desserts!
Pinot Noir Bollenberg 2012
This wine will seduce you with its deep red colour, almost purple, its well marked nose of cherry with a hint of musk, and its frank and powerful mouth of red fruits mixed with very present tannins melted over time.
Riesling Bollenberg 2016
After observing its clear, clear yellow colour, you can enjoy its very fruity nose with aromas of lemon, pine resin and pineapple. In the mouth the attack is frank and lively, the 12 g/l of residual sugar seems almost non-existent but contributes to the overwhelming sensation of the wine. The mouthfeel is crunchy with lemon and resinous flavours and salinity is very present. The balance is very well balanced and the length on the palate is impressive.
Riesling Enchenberg 2014
This wine has a brilliant yellow colour.
The nose is lemony with a hint of orange zest, a beautiful full-bodied and very present minerality develops over time.
In the mouth, the attack is lively and frank, the acidity is very present and reveals a lemony side as well as a very fine and very pleasant minerality.
It is good to know that as the wine ages, it will gradually lose its lemony character and become more mineral.
Riesling Grand Cru Kessler 2004
After admiring its brilliant golden yellow colour, you will appreciate its very mineral, slightly smoky nose, with lemon and buttery notes.
Its mouth, dry and lively in attack, continues with a series of aromas reminiscent of resin, flint but also has a hint of lemon. The finish ends with very mineral aromas, slightly toasted. The length in the mouth is impressive.
Riesling Grand Cru Kitterlé 2008
Golden yellow to the eye, this wine will surprise you with a nose of rare power, tactfully blending a very lemony side with a touch of petrol aromas. Its massive, voluminous mouth, supported by a fine acidity, will reveal light pineapple notes that embellish a very pronounced flint side, while the finish will start again on a very refined citrus fruit side.
Dry wine on the palate (minerality) with a nice length.
Riesling Grand Cru Pfingstberg 2005
After admiring its brilliant golden yellow, take a moment to smell its lemony, slightly minty nose, which gradually gives way to aromas of orange and spices.
Its mouth starts gently on citrus aromas, the sugar is slightly noticeable but very quickly the typical acidity of Pfingstberg takes over with its mineral aromas and a very present salinity which make this wine so special and so rare.
Pfingstberg is traditionally enjoyed after at least 10 years of ageing and this one, even with its 19 g of residual sugars, is no exception.
Riesling Grand Cru Pfingstberg 2014
This wine has a beautiful deep yellow colour with a mineral and woody nose with a touch of citrus fruits and white flowers.
In the mouth, the attack is lively and frank with a strong lemony side that predominates, then appears a mineral and salty side, almost tannic, characteristic of young Pfingstberg.
It should be noted that the Pfingstbergs, like the Enchenbergs, are very lemony in their youth but make a tight turn towards minerality after 6 to 10 years of ageing. As a result, the ageing time will depend on how you enjoy the wine. Decanting in the first few years is strongly recommended.