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2011 Eva Fricke Schlossberg

Colour: White
Vintage: 2011
Appellation: Rheingau
89 (WA)

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2011 Eva Fricke Schlossberg

89 (WA)
£340 Loose bottle(s) available

2011 Eva Fricke Schlossberg

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Region: Germany
89 (WA)
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£57
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2011 Eva Fricke Schlossberg

89 (WA)
£340 Loose bottle(s) available

2011 Eva Fricke Schlossberg

Size
Cs (12)
Cs (6)
Cs (3)
Loose
Price
Per
Region: Germany
89 (WA)
MAG
0
0
0
1
£57
1
 
CONDITION
STATUS
ETA
Our ETA dates are a guide and are subject to change. If you require more information on an ETA time please call UK +44 (0) 20 7269 0703 or alternatively email [email protected]
YOU BUY
Bottle (150cl)
CONDITION
Repack
STATUS
In-Bond
ETA
Our ETA dates are a guide and are subject to change. If you require more information on an ETA time please call UK +44 (0) 20 7269 0703 or alternatively email [email protected]
In Stock
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£56.67
1 Bottle(s) Available

Tasting Notes and Scores

89

Wine Advocate

Fricke's 2011 Lorcher Schlossberg Riesling – from old massale selection vines – was assembled from three casks which, as she relates, “I stopped in their fermentation where I thought each tasted harmoniously dry.” When the result was analyzed, it harbored 23 grams of residual sugar, yet – in contrast with how the 2009 at 28 grams behaved – still tastes essentially dry. That said, there is levity here and a reinforcement of white peach and citrus fruits that would be harder to achieve in an analytically dry wine. Crushed stone and smoke accents to pineapple, pink grapefruit, passion fruit and lychee make for colorful counterpoint on a lusciously juicy, if fundamentally, firm mid-palate. Oily, piquant accents of citrus rind are well- integrated in a sappy and persistent finish. One effect of around a third botrytis-affected fruit is a slight sense of opacity and blurring in the finish, even though it is gripping and projects a sort of cyanic glow. I would plan to follow this through 2017.

David Schildknecht (Wine Advocate #212, Apr 2014)