From the central, loess-dominated part of the famous cru, Alzinger's Grüner Veltliner Smaragd Ried Loibenberg opens with a very delicate and elegant bouquet of ripe fruits intermixed with a very fine and crystalline flint stone note. Ripe, intense and juicy on the palate, this is a more charming, lush and accessible Veltliner compared to the Liebenberg, but the finish has the same vitality, mineral freshness and tension.
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94 POINTS, JAMES SUCKLING
The tobacco-leaf, dried-herb and baked-lemon aromas pour from the glass. Then comes the ripe and rather succulent palate, where a touch of tannin accentuates the citrusy freshness at the striking finish. Drink or hold.
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