Temporarily out of stock
From an old-vines parcel (planted in 1956) at the bottom of the central, southerly exposed Kupp, the Unterstenberg Fass 12 is a full-bodied, very intense, dense and lovely wine of great expression. Creamy, round and charming on the palate, this is a full-bodied and rich yet also piquant and crystalline Riesling with good mineral grip and fruity bitters on the finish. This is a very intense and powerful but fine and refreshingly mineral.
|Format:||6 x 750ml|
94 POINTS, JAMES SUCKLING
Brimming with stone fruit and ripe melon with just a whiff of smoked bacon. Powerful and well-structured, but the generous fruit dominates until you reach the bold, mineral finish, which is pretty dry. Drink or hold.
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