Urziger Wurzgarten Riesling 1985 – Benedict Loosen Erben
A great Auslese Riesling the “Ürziger Würzgarten” from the Benedict Loosen Erben winery, which despite being 38 years old shows off refined mineral notes, lively freshness and beautiful olfactory textures with elegance. Obtained from a slate-rich vineyard on steep terraces and meticulous selection of the ripest grapes at harvest.
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Riesling Mosel Auslese Urziger Wurzgarten is the fruit of the Wurzgarten vineyard of a total of 50 hectares planted with free-range vines. The portions of the vineyard owned by the winery are worked only through manual tillage, the cause of which are the steep and steep terraces inaccessible to agricultural vehicles; The soils are characterized by the high presence of slate and Rotliegend, stratified sandstone rocks of very ancient age, 275 million years. The Red Slates.
This wine has a bright golden color, the nose is characterized by pleasant tertiary nuances of incense and hydrocarbons, followed by, enamel and chestnut honey finally with surprise memories of fruit in syrup, apricot and peach. On the palate it is rich, soft, textured come in addition to the aromas perceived on the nose, dried apple, linden. The rich, opulent sip is extraordinarily accompanied by a fruity savoriness and freshness that are unsettling in a wine that is 35 years old. The persistence is endless. A real experience.
Benedict Loosen Erben