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Eiswein is an ever harder commodity to come by, so the chance to get hold of one of this quality should not be ignored! Eiswein can only be picked when the grapes are properly frozen, so patience is key. The pay off are wines that are delicious from day one, with simply remarkable freshness, but that will age for decades.
This represents the second half of juice pressed from a late November picking. Apple jelly, quince preserves and glazed pineapple are laced with marzipan and caramel on an effusive nose and a viscous, glycerol-rich palate. This wine’s acidity doesn’t show up as brightness, but it is clearly efficacious, since a boatload of residual sugar is kept in check, and the prodigious finish comes off as soothing, multilayered, and transparent to hints of brown spices and candied lime peel that add welcome counterpoint. “I used to employ folio more often to protect the fruit while hoping for Eiswein,” noted Molitor, “but I’m not keen on that anymore because it traps humidity and creates a hothouse-like atmosphere.” Certainly the absence here of any fungal notes or diffusion is notable, not to mention laudable.
Young 2020 - 2034
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Ready 2018 - 2040