One of my favorite Alsatian wineries and my favorite bottling of theirs. This vintage is no exception. Light yellow god in color, but also quite intense. On the nose, this is pretty with peaches, baking spice and a nice minerality. On the palate, this is just slightly sweet. A bit viscous. The peaches carry thru but also also a steely quality. Consumed over two nights, it was better on the second night. More complex and deep, but still very lively and little oxidation. Long finish. This should continue to improve for the next seven to ten years and be good for ten to fifteen after that. It will work with virtually any food but serving temps should vary.
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