This opens with apples and pears dipped in honey, a lovely lemon background with great acidity, and a mouth-coating feel and lingering finish. Residual sugar is apparent, but not overwhelming. It is food-friendly enough to drink with almost anything other than red meat. Pork chops are highly recommended.

WHO: Dr. Loosen
WHAT: Riesling
WHERE: Mosel, Germany
WHEN: 2007
HOW MUCH: $40 (Media sample)

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3 Responses

  1. Spiltwine

    Yes! I have a favourite.

    It’s quite obvious but always good.

    Grosset – Polish Hill Riesling

    Would stand up to most of that German stuff

  2. Donald Edwards

    In the last year or so it’d have to be Josmeyer 2000 grand cru Hengst Samain. Drunk with roast goose it was just about the finest thing I’ve drunk for a very very long time…