Peter Lauer Réserve Sekt Riesling 1984

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Alder Yarrow Delectable Pro

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1984 Sekt!?!? It will rock your world. Marzipan and butterscotch and toasted bread with lemon preserves and honey. Yowza!

1984 Sekt!?!? It will rock your world. Marzipan and butterscotch and toasted bread with lemon preserves and honey. Yowza!

9.8

Ellen Clifford Delectable Pro

Okay a few more sparklings from last weekend I need to catalogue. Slightly funky, slightly savory, and still ever so fresh. Love the Sekt!

Okay a few more sparklings from last weekend I need to catalogue. Slightly funky, slightly savory, and still ever so fresh. Love the Sekt!

9.4

Brent Clayton Delectable Pro

Rich, umami, crisp, neat stuff.

Rich, umami, crisp, neat stuff.

9.0

Justin Hansohn

The best sparkling tea you will ever drink...depending on the day. The notes are so deep that I can’t imagine ever having the same experience with this wine twice.

The best sparkling tea you will ever drink...depending on the day. The notes are so deep that I can’t imagine ever having the same experience with this wine twice.

9.2

Anuj Mathur

wonderful brut style sekt with hints of green apple, citrus and a slight mineral salinity. exceeded expectations.

wonderful brut style sekt with hints of green apple, citrus and a slight mineral salinity. exceeded expectations.

9.2

Matt Perlman Delectable Pro

Just disgorged--toasty and baked orchard fruit, a little autolytic, unmistakeably Riesling. Herbal finish. Quite dry. Excellent with sushi

Just disgorged--toasty and baked orchard fruit, a little autolytic, unmistakeably Riesling. Herbal finish. Quite dry. Excellent with sushi

9.2

Chip Stryker

Toffee, butterscotch, dried orange peel....complex in its tertiary state on the nose. However, the palate has lift from vibrant, searing acidity with dominate fresh green apple notes and an apple skin bitterness. Finishes nicely with a hint of lemongrass and an aldehyde, fino Sherry-like dryness. Reminds me of the mouth-watering caramel apples I’d look forward to in the autumns of my youth.

Toffee, butterscotch, dried orange peel....complex in its tertiary state on the nose. However, the palate has lift from vibrant, searing acidity with dominate fresh green apple notes and an apple skin bitterness. Finishes nicely with a hint of lemongrass and an aldehyde, fino Sherry-like dryness. Reminds me of the mouth-watering caramel apples I’d look forward to in the autumns of my youth.

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