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Weingut Ökonomierat Rebholz Pfalz Dry Riesling 2015

$24.99

Vinous, 90 Points. Reflecting a pre-harvest'' culling from Rebholzs top Buntsandstein sites in Birkweiler and Siebeldingen, this bottling is delightfully buoyant (at 11.5 percent alcohol, despite close to zero residual sugar) and intriguingly as well as alluringly complex. Musky perfume of narcissus and peony mingles with scents of lime and ripe white peach that subsequently inform a lusciously juicy, polished palate. Piquancy of nuts and peach kernel lend stimulating counterpoint to a refreshingly sustained finish in which tingling stony impingements have the last invigorating word. This represents the archetype of Kabinett trocken,'' said Rebholz, even though the VDP, of which he has long been a regional chairman, has insisted on the elimination of that term. It will develop petrol character,'' he suggested, but of a refined sort.'' Personally, I envision enjoying it pre-petrol.

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Ratings on Delectable

Beau Carson Delectable Pro

Chalk, minerality, apple, and slight petrol. Simple and delicious German Riesling

Chalk, minerality, apple, and slight petrol. Simple and delicious German Riesling

8.8

Aravind Asok

Haven't had this in a while, but it is glorious. On the nose, lime, peach, stone, a touch of yeast and petrol, then tangerine. On the palate, fantastic acidity, light bodied, more lemon, slate, and such a refreshing finish. Far and away my best bottle yet.

Haven't had this in a while, but it is glorious. On the nose, lime, peach, stone, a touch of yeast and petrol, then tangerine. On the palate, fantastic acidity, light bodied, more lemon, slate, and such a refreshing finish. Far and away my best bottle yet.

9.2

David Lincoln

Love Rebholz's work. This was more biased towards acid and mineral with a glimpse of stone fruit.

Love Rebholz's work. This was more biased towards acid and mineral with a glimpse of stone fruit.

9.1

Pinotman /// Andreas

A little stinky for a second. Spontaneous fermentation for sure? Blows off then bouquet of tropical fruit mostly passion fruit. Really nice and a VGV! Stellar for the money ca. 20$. The 15's rock.

A little stinky for a second. Spontaneous fermentation for sure? Blows off then bouquet of tropical fruit mostly passion fruit. Really nice and a VGV! Stellar for the money ca. 20$. The 15's rock.

9.3

Ben Harris

Refreshing. Did not exhaust our palate.

Refreshing. Did not exhaust our palate.

9.1

JeremyC

Bone dry...for $20 it was enjoyable to me but on the nose there was some wet rag funk that many would find "off" or odd. .....the Greek salad we had that had ripping acidity have the wine some sweetness. KL

Bone dry...for $20 it was enjoyable to me but on the nose there was some wet rag funk that many would find "off" or odd. .....the Greek salad we had that had ripping acidity have the wine some sweetness. KL

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