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2001 Ratzenberger Bacharacher Kloster Furstental Riesling Brut Sekt
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Stunning!
04/06/2007
by EJS
OMG! You must try this one. Dry (Brut) risling with tiny bubbles. I've never had anything like it before.
great starter
12/29/2006
by Brutus
a good balance of fruit and mineral.
Not as expected
12/14/2006
by reisling12177561
While definately not a typical dry sparkling wine and the Reisling grape was definately notable, it was not as sweet as we would have liked. Overall, better than most dry sparkling wines or champagnes.

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