1998 Alois Kracher "No. 8 - Nouvelle Vague" Traminer Trockenbeerenauslese (375ml)

SKU #1276831 94 points Wine Spectator

 Wow. Intense and smoky, this Traminer TBA shows tropical fruit and botrytis elements, like pineapple and citrus peel, on a racy structure. It evolves nicely across the palate to the finish, where it turns to smoke and tobacco nuances. (BS)  (6/2001)

93 points Robert Parker's Wine Advocate

 The 1998 Traminer Trockenbeerenauslese Nouvelle Vague Number 8 is a gold colored wine with an intensely spicy nose. This is a scrumptious wine, packed with white peaches, freshly cracked pepper, apricots, herbs, and botrytis flavors. It is seamless, harmonious, and has the distinctive tannic mark of its varietal in its botrytis-laced finish. Anticipated maturity: now-2025. (PR)  (4/2001)

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