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2011 Peter Jakob Kuhn Oestricher Doosberg Riesling Trocken
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91 Points | International Wine Cellar , December 2013

Musky aromas of white peach, acacia blossom and beeswax. Dense muskmelon fruit with an oyster shell spiciness and an impression of deep herbal extract. The sheer weight of this wine makes it almost ponderous on the palate. Long on the finish, but somehow disjointed and almost tannic. Not for the faint of heart, this one will require a leap of faith to appreciate.

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Riesling

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