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2011 Domaine Meyer Fonne Riesling Wineck-Schlossberg
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91 Points | Stephen Tanzer's IWC - September 2012

Bright straw green.  Cinnamon and nutmeg spice notes complement yellow stone fruits on the nose.  Airy, moderately sweet and round, with caramel apple and lime flavors firmed and extended on the back end by real mineral verve and almost biting acidity.  The very crisp riesling, made from vines averaging about 30 years of age, displays the airy mineral quality typical of granite soils but also an obvious spicy component typical of clay deposits--both characteristic of the Wineck-Schlossberg. 

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