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Credits: Jean-Baptiste Adam – Alsace – France
Variety composition: 100% Riesling.
Denomination: Alsace AOC.
Soil Type: Marl-Clay-Limestone.
Altitude: 300 m.
Clarity: crystal- clear
Color: straw yellow
Description: floral, fruity, herbaceous and mineral
Observations: the sample opens its range of aromas with floral notes reminiscent of acacia, white rose and jasmine, followed by fruity hints of yellow peach, pear and tropical fruits. Notes of wet grass, moss, and undergrowth, mineral closure of hydrocarbon, slate with a strong and pleasant flavor.
Taste – olfactory examination
Tannins: – – –
Minerality: moderately mineral
Intensity: very intense
Observations: a very interesting sample with an important flavor that invites you to repeat the tasting. Very intense and with a good persistence in the mouth.
State of Evolution: mature
Notes: an Alsatian single variety definitely worth trying, persuasive and very fresh. A pleasant discovery.
Pairing: appetizer of fresh cold cuts.
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