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2010 Reinhold Haart Piesporter Goldtröpfchen Riesling Spätlese

IWC: 91/100Pts

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24,95 € incl. BTW

Professional reviews:

International Wine Cellar: "By Joel B. Payne Stephen Tanzer's International Wine Cellar, Jan/Feb 12

Delicate aromas of green apple, lemon oil and clover. The kiwi fruit is light and lively yet velvety on the palate. Rose petal and saline minerality mingle on the crisp, well-balanced finish. Very appealing. 91 points"

Wine Advocate: "Review by David Schildknecht # 199 (Feb 2012) Rating: 90+ Drink 2012 - 2037

Picked late in October and relatively botrytis-free, the Haarts’ 2010 Piesporter Goldtropfchen Riesling Spatlese exhibits considerable yeasty-cheesy, post-fermentative aromatics, but behind that are fusil and crushed stone notes allied to apple, pineapple, grapefruit, and red currant, a quartet that then performs with admirable brightness and juicy generosity on a buoyant, glycerin-slicked, saliva-inducingly saline palate. There is a crystalline sense of clarity and further mineral impingement in this wine’s long finish. The nose will clear up with time – perhaps already has – speaking of which, this can be expected to deliver invigorating and fascinating delight over at least the next quarter century.

Theo and Johannes Haart commenced harvesting already in mid-October, no later than they had last year, and were finished by month’s end. Their diversity of sites permitted a significant amount of genuine Kabinett to be picked as well as concentrated high must-weight and ennobled bottlings. De-acidification was performed with double-salt on the must, generally affecting only certain lots of an eventual cuvee. Many 2010 collections displayed – as their wines’ levels of Oechsle climbed into the stratosphere – a falling-away, if not of ultimate quality, then certainly of my confidence in it; but in the present instance, that happened only after some impressive successes had been racked up along the way. With a couple of exceptions that were entirely botrytis-free and fermented rapidly, most of this year’s collection was bottled in July and August, significantly later than usual. Incidentally, both the Haarts and Andreas Adam report that wild boar – an increasing problem throughout the Mosel, Saar, and Ruwer – have reached such destructive proportions in Piesport that there is talk of trying to erect a huge fence around the entirety of this famous village’s prime acreage.”"