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2009 Ratzenberger Bacharacher Riesling Kabinett Trocken
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90 Points | International Wine Cellar , December 2010

Pale straw-yellow. Subtly complex nose melds spiced apple, yellow peach, ginger and quinine, plus a more exotic suggestion of tropical fruits. Dense, quite dry and lightly saline; almost austere today but the palate-dusting texture and sheer refreshment value of this distinctly adult style of dry riesling make it very easy to drink. Finishes with terrific lift and energy. This would make a great summer wine.

90 Points | Robert Parker's The Wine Advocate

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Great dry Riesling
03/29/2012
by Malkin12760261
Really nice, dry, complex, but lacks the sparkle of some other similar Rieslings. Should improve with age.
Ratzenberger
06/05/2011
by Shay13687298
Soft and peachy, great with spicy food.
Wonderful memories
02/06/2011
by diessner12416360
This is a wonderful riesling. Traveled to Bacharach a few years ago and this brought back great memories. Dry, but so flavorful and so easy to drink.

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