Some Great Alsace Riesling for you, my great american/english readers !
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"My ultimate exemplar/benchmark in this matter remains Albert Mann's 2010 Schlossberg, a tremendous and intense wine, its destiny preordained (a minimum of 15-30 years, in my opinion). I had the opportunity to drink it and describe it in the summer of 2012:
"It is metallic in color, a clear mirror, silver lamé; its nose starts out with restraint, giving the impression of a huge field of wheat. On the palate, this wine takes the form of an ardent stream with wild intensity and great power, almost vegetal, but lacking in spiciness. [...] An hour or so after we open the bottle, the wine settles; to the eye, it increasingly reveals itself in a stylish gray. The nose also experiences an increased intensity; once more, eucalyptus to mind; we imagine a blackberry bush deprived of its thorns. But it is on the palate that the wine's mad potential is laid bare. Lots of white fruits open up before us, and, as they do, we get the impression that they are a little squeezed in, too big for their armor, which has fortunately been pierced".
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