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2004 Domaine Ernest Burn Gewurztraminer Goldert Clos Saint Imer Cuvee de La Chapelle
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89 Points | Stephen Tanzer's IWC - November/December 2006

($48; bottled a week before my visit) Green-tinged yellow. Cool, musky, moderately ripe aromas of lime and menthol. Plump and sweet in the middle, with flavors of mirabelle and exotic spices. This shows an almost liqueur-like botrytis character to its rich fruit and finishes a bit aggressive, with some alcoholic warmth. With its 14% alcohol and 40 grams per liter of residual sweetness, this is essentially a VT-weight wine. Give it at least a couple of years in the bottle.

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