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2011 Domaine Ostertag Riesling Vignoble d'Epfig
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89(+?) Points | Stephen Tanzer's IWC - September 2012

Bright straw.  Delicate spice and mineral notes complement ripe Golden Delicious apple and apricot aromas.  Bright, fresh and focused, with sweet spicy fruit flavors that linger nicely.  This wine is made from grapes grown in 15 different parcels; as some of these parcels are no longer in and around Epfig, Ostertag changed the name of this cuvee in 2005 (it was previously called Vignoble d'Epfig). The sample I tasted had been bottled just two days before my visit and it was still pretty impressive. 

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