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Pinot Gris Grand Cru Pfingstberg 2013
Its golden yellow colour introduces a nose of great minerality, very fresh and stretched over aromas of wedge/pear. The palate has a beautiful acidity, also very tense and with aromas of white flowers and citrus fruits.
The eight grams of sugar go completely unnoticed.
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.