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March 01, 2012


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I would be curious to see you do a side-by-side between the Dr. Frank Rkatsiteli and the McGregor Rkatsiteli-Sereksiya. For my money, the McGregor is better, but maybe it's in the blending.

You have it written in the story it is off dry at .45%RS, but below it says 4.5%RS with 9.3g/l TA. I have not had this recent years. With acid that high and RS that low I would expect a sharp crispness on the palate. I will be curious to try this to taste the balance. The slight sugar must be just enough to keep some of the fruit alive. Thanks for posting this. I love Dr. Franks Gewurz.

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