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From a very small cru between Hollerin and Loibenberg and cultivated in pretty shallow soils, Alzinger's Riesling Smaragd Ried Höhereck is concentrated and warm on the nose, with dried white fruit aromas intermixed with lovely herbal and stony aromas. Rich and concentrated on the lush and fleshy palate, this is a full-bodied, dense and firmly structured Riesling that combines warmth and ripeness with the coolish mineral drive of the terroir.
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95 POINTS, JAMES SUCKLING
The perfumed peach, rose and Amalfi-lemon nose sucks you into this succulent and beautifully balanced dry riesling that shows why the Wachau has a special reputation for these wines. Underplayed power at the very long, mineral finish. Limited quantity.
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