This is brimming with white peach and aromatic apple, but the remarkable thing about it is the way it manages to pack so much expression into such a sleek frame. The mineral acidity really drives the finish along. Just beginning to open up, but with 20 and more years ahead of it.
This 8.5 percent alcohol bottling features site-typical prominence of lemon and grapefruit with bittersweet suggestions of citrus peels, cassis and huckleberry. Lithe and polished, it finishes with stimulating brightness, rapier penetration, and prodigious persistence. Sweetness is the last thing you’re apt to think about while drinking it. Time will certainly bring further complexity, though crystalline and alkaline stony notes already lend nearly limitless intrigue. (DS)
1983 G. Schmitt Schenk Longuicher Herrenberg Auslese Mosel (damp stained label, corroded capsule)
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