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2008 Domaine Paul Blanck Riesling Schlossberg
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90 Points | Stephen Tanzer's IWC - 2010-12-30

Medium bright yellow. Reticent aromas of very ripe pineapple, exotic spices, violet and dusty stone. Slightly sweet, rich and lush; distinctly easygoing for 2008 Riesling despite its solid acidity. Boasts very good concentration but I don’t sense a hidden dimension here. This already makes a lovely drink. (Unfortunately, my sample of the 2009 Schlossberg was corked.)

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