Riesling Kabinett Wehlener Sonnenuhr 2022


Riesling Kabinett Wehlener Sonnenuhr


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6 caisses disponibles

Code produit
12 x 750ml
Type d'approvisionnement
Cross Dock
Succ. Seul.
Type de produit
Vin tranquille
Désignation réglementée
QmP ou Prädikatswein
Riesling 100 %
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Information sur le domaine

Le domaine Max Ferdinand Richter possède une longue et riche histoire. Le domaine est la propriété de la famille Richter depuis plus de 300 ans. De style baroque, la maison familiale construite en 1774 est toujours debout! En 1975, Dirk Marx Ferd. Richter, diplômé en économie, a rejoint l’entreprise et est maintenant devenu le « visage » du domaine. Avec 13,7 hectares de terres et une production annuelle de 10 500 caisses, Max Ferd. Richter est l’un des producteurs de riesling les...

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Revues de presse

Wine Advocate

- 94 points -

Mai 2023 (Millésime 2022)

From 80- to 90-year-old vines picked at 78° Oechsle, the 2022 Wehlener Sonnenuhr Riesling Kabinett opens with a pretty reductive and sulfidic bouquet with stony and herbal notes wrapping around the bright fruits and white blossom aromas. This wine needs lots of air, but Constantin has already fallen in love with the nose now. Savory, clear and refined on the palate, with crystalline, finely grained acidity and a salivating taste of slate, this is a very promising Kabinett from the iconic cru in Wehlen. The 2022 should be aged for at least 5-10 years, and it will reward your patience with great finesse and complexity. 7.5% stated alcohol. Natural cork. Tasted at the domaine in May 2023.

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Mosel Fine Wines

93+ points

Juin 2023 (Millésime 2022)

The 2022er Wehlener Sonnenuhr Riesling Kabinett was made from fruit harvested at a low 78° Oechsle on up to 100-year-old un-grafted vines and was fermented down to fruity-styled levels of residual sugar (45 g/l). This hay-colored wine still proves marked by residual scents from its spontaneous fermentation and only gradually reveals a gorgeous nose blending riper elements of pear and earthy spices with fresher ones driven by bitter grapefruit and white flowers. The wine is nicely playful on the moderately zesty and nicely light-weighted palate and leaves a superb even if subtle feel of tart fruity elements in the long finish. The balance is beautiful but rounder than in recent vintages, but there is clearly quite some potential when the wine reveals all its complexity and develops its cut.

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