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1998 Ratzenberger Bacharacher Riesling Kabinett
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The un Riesling
08/02/2006
by merlot12060217
When Greg brought this wine to our wine tasting in Narberth, PA., I almost didn't try it. I don't do white wines especially Rieslings. Well, I will never be so prejudice again. THIS WINE IS NOW ONE OF MY FAVORITES. It was sweet and smooth without the acid taste that I associate with other rieslings. Thanks for broadening my tastes.
Extremely nice
07/09/2006
by Eric Zeiss
Went very well with Sautéed sea scallops with minced pork in XO chili sauce.
There Can't be much of this left...
06/21/2006
by David Moore
What with running around to our brand spankin' new store in New York, I lose touch with what's still in inventory. This is beautiful wine that is just now starting to show the silky textures and lemon custard aromatics of mature riesling. Any wine from Ratzenberger (the father and son) is a special treat.

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Riesling

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