Riesling Steinmassel 2006
He now has 75 hectares on the terraces above Langenlois, mainly planted with his white varieties, which have a purity, and elegance that make them ideal companions with the sort of food you are served at Michelin-rated restaurants. The Riesling Steinmassel is produced from vines that sit on a bedrock of granite. The minerality comes through spectacularly on the palate, after a nose that is slightly perfumed with notes of citrus,
peach and elderflower.
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