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Weingut Robert Weil
Rheingau 2019 Riesling Kiedrich Turmberg Trocken

Wijngoed opgericht in 1875 door Dr. Robert Weil, die professor Duits was op de Sorbonne in Parijs. Eenmaal teruggekeerd in Kiedrich heeft hij met visie zijn wijngoed uitgebreid door in beginsel ook 2 lokale wijnbedrijven erbij te kopen en enkele wijngaarden van de graaf Furstenberg! Topreferentie voor de Rheingau!!

Kleur, Geur en Smaak

Helder goudgeel. De neus brengt comlexe tonen van rijpe kersen, abrikoos en pruim, vermengd met zwarte thee. Stevig bitterzuur fruit op het pallet, sappig met een florale dimensie. De mineraliteit zorgt voor een spetterende finale.

Gastronomie

Bij sushi, kreeft, vispaté met dille-roomsaus of bij asperges.

Land

Duitsland

Kleur

Wit

Oogstjaar

2019

Herkomst/Appellatie

Rheingau

Bewaartermijnen

2024 - 2030

Serveertemperatuur

11 à 13 °C

Druif

Riesling

Inhoud

75 cl

Alcoholpercentage

13.%
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Weingut Robert Weil
Rheingau 2019 Riesling Kiedrich Turmberg Trocken

Rheingau 2019 Riesling Kiedrich Turmberg Trocken
Weingut Robert Weil
Rheingau
Duitsland - Wit - 2019
32,50
93/34-100

The 2019 Kiedrich Turmberg Riesling Trocken is more closed on the nose at this stage than the Gräfenberg GG and shows a pure, fresh and citrus-scented bouquet with stony aromas and notes of orange oil. Full-bodied, intense and structured on the palate, this is a juicy, still slightly phenolic but elegant and refined Riesling that will improve with bottle age. It is salty and piquant on the stimulating finish. Tasted as a sample in April 2020.

2019 is another great vintage for Robert Weil. After 2018, the warmest growth period on record, 2019 became another warm and very dry vintage with fantastic wine qualities. Budding started very early, before mid-April. However, this two-week lead was largely relinquished by an unusually cold May, so that flowering ended hardly earlier than the long-term average in mid-June. Despite the dryness, the development in the Kiedrich vineyards progressed very well due to the hot summer, so that the Riesling began to ripen in mid-August just under a week before the long-term average. Due to the rapid development in terrific weather during the rest of August and September and the generally good water supply for the vines in the Kiedricher Berg, the vineyards were in fantastic condition shortly before the harvest, Weil reports. "We recorded an excellent ripening of the grapes with very healthy and tasty fruits." This meant that the harvest could begin in the second half of September "under perfect conditions." Wilhelm Summing it up, Weil says, "the 2019 vintage will go down in the history books as the 'Envious Autumn,' as harvest yields varied greatly from location to location, with some estates only able to bring in half of their anticipated volumes." At Weingut Robert Weil, though, the yields stood "only a few percentage points below the annual average." The quality, however, is "uniformly phenomenal." Gutswein and Ortswein are fantastic. 

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