The 2006 Oberhauser Brucke Riesling Spatlese rises to the challenge with a performance of unforgettable delicacy, refinement and elegance, without stinting on honeyed richness. Gardenia and heliotrope offer a heady bouquet, sprinkled with framboise and lemon. Red raspberry and quince preserves lemon, salt and slate mingle on a creamy, seemingly weightless palate, in a harmonious colloquy, tartness folded into honey and vanilla cream richness. Sensational dynamism, penetrating length, and mysteriously mineral, savory, depth (there is already an unexpected note of bitter chocolate) await you in a bottle of this Brucke over the next quarter century. (DS)
A firm white, with peach, lime and mineral flavors on an elegant profile. Sleek and understated for the vintage, this has a complex range of flavors and detail.
Super-pure and super-tight citrus - an expression of pale lemon. Then perfumed and rounded on the palate. Cool and fresh. Elegance personified but with sinewy strength underneath. Minerality comes through on the finish. 17.5/20 points.
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