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April 13, 2010


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The Hermann J. Wiemer Estate indeed produces outstanding Rieslings. And the Estate clearly has German roots, which I like. At 26.7 Brix, in Germany the wine would have been way beyond a Spaetlese "Late Harvest", in the Beerenauslese or even Trockenbeerenauslese category. And it would have been botrytised. What about this one?

Based on the honeyed flavors, my guess is that there was at least some botrytis on the fruit that came in that late.

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