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2004 Domaine Weinbach Riesling Schlossberg Selection de Grains Nobles (500 ml)
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Albert Hertz, Eguisheim
About Domaine Weinbach

Domaine Weinbach was established in 1610 by the Capuchin monks who also gave their name to the domaine's most prized vineyard, Clos des Capucins. The estate itself got the name Weinbach--which literally translates to "wine brook"--from a little stream that trickles through the property.

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2004 Domaine Weinbach Riesling Schlossberg Selection de Grains Nobles (500 ml)

Producer: Domaine Weinbach
Style: Sweet Wine
Grape Type: Riesling
Origin: France
Region: Alsace

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96 Points | International Wine Cellar , November/December 2006

($324; 110 g/l r.s. and 7.4 grams of acidity) Racy, spicy, rot-ennobled aromas of fresh pineapple, crystallized citrus peel, orange marmalade and honey. Glyceral-thick and silky on entry, then the bracing acids take over the palate, giving extraordinary intensity and penetration to this exhilarating wine. A great expression of pure botrytis, with a mounting, palate-staining finish that goes on for minutes. This will make for great drinking over the next 20 years. This one hit my G-spot.

96 Points | Robert Parker's The Wine Advocate

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Albert Hertz, Eguisheim
About Alsace

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