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95 points James Suckling: "Impressive aromas of flint and chalk here with a floral edge, as well as sliced cucumber and pears. The palate has a very crisp, restrained and detailed feel with apples, pears and stones. Pastry and nutmeg to close. From biodynamically grown grapes." (09/2019) 95 points Wine Enthusiast: "Slightly flinty reduction and subtle tangerine vie for attention on the nose. The palate, on the other hand, has decided to put the full force of concentrated, pure fruit center stage. There is intensity and ripeness, countered by aromatic, ...
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96 points James Suckling: "This has some exotic aromas with a fresh array of pears, apples and minerals, as well as a fine, flinty edge. The palate has a very contained and concentrated array of mineral-dusted white-peach and pear flavors and a very fresh and pure finish. Elegance meets power in a mineral mode. Drink or hold." (09/2019) 94 points Wine Enthusiast: "Funky, flinty smoky reduction casts a promising spell on the nose. Underneath, tart red apple and ripe, juicy citrus do their thing. The palate picks up both fruit and yeastiness, suggesting ...
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96 points Wine Enthusiast: "A lovely, pure and lifted notion of ripe Amalfi lemon peel appears on the nose first and is followed by lovely notions of ripe Mirabelle plum. The palate again features those fruits: juicy Mirabelle flesh pervaded by lemon freshness and purity. The body is concentrated and juicy, vivid and fresh, full of energy and drive, precise with its alluring lemon zestiness. Drink 2025–2045.(AK)" (03/2020) 93 points James Suckling: "This is so concise and complete and houses pristine aromas and flavors of ripe peaches in a fresh, succu...
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91 points Vinous: "This had been bottled only two days before my late November 2019 tasting session (typically late blending and bottling being the reason why in some years, as with vintage 2017, I miss out on tasting Busch’s “blue slate” cuvée). Fresh apple and cherry are wreathed in thyme on the nose, then come to the palate with a silky impression of lees inflection as well as generous juiciness. Seed and pit piquancy, floral and herbal pungency and a kiss of wet stone serve for delightful counterpoint on a lusciously lingering finish. (Busch presente...
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