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October 28, 2009

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Just noticed the review!

I agree that the heft is greater than what people expect from FL or some German styles. It's just not as perfumed as them as well.

With heavier soils (clay and limestone) I think it adds concentration and doesn't lead to the same delicate aromas you'd get from lighter soils.

I've seen several reviews of FL riesling getting high scores with a disclaimer in the description mentioned a thinness, this escarpment style certainly is not thin.

Wineries like FRW, Eveningside, Leonard Oakes, and Spring Lake all have riesling planted in the same AVA, so it'll be fun to look for similarities down the line.

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