|280,00 kr.||Pr. Stk.|
2015 Clos Rebberg, Cru, Riesling, Domaine Marc Kreydenweiss, Alsace
En af domænets mest kendte -og mest sjældne vine. Flot fokuseret frugt med høj intensitet; lidt røg samt citrus, flint og stenmel. Clos Rebberg er blot 0,85 hektar -heraf 0,45 ha Riesling- på skråning med blå skifer, en helt ekstrem 80% hældning og vinstokke fra 90'erne. Topvin med stort lagringspotentiale.
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|280,00 kr.||Pr. Stk.|
|Flaskestørrelse||Helflaske, 0,75 liter|
The 2015 Clos Rebberg Cru d'Alsace is from steep slopes with blueish, schistous soils that are are difficult to work and had been recultivated by Marc Kreydenweiss in the 1990s with Riesling. The 2015 develops an enormous complexity and depth on the pure and mineral nose. Very elegant and silky textured on the palate, this is a pure and salty dry Riesling with great delicacy and a stunning concentration of perfectly ripe fruits. Lemon flavors and crushed stones in the greatly finessed finish. This is a very promising Rebberg that was racked in September 2016 from the foudre to age on the fine lees for another year. Tasted as a sample in April 2017.Lead since 2009 by Marc's son Antoine Kreydenweiss, the 13-hectare domaine in Andlau (Bas-Rhin) is currently planting new blocks in the Grands Crus Kirchberg de Barr, Wiebelsberg, Kastelberg and Muenchberg with 10,000 vines per hectare that can only be cultivated by horse and should intensify the terroir expression of Antoine's wines that are already highly expressive in their mineral character. Kreydenweiss's 2015s are of great quality, especially the grands crus that belong to the most exciting wines produced in Alsace in that vintage. The crus ferment and age in foudres for one year and then for another year in stainless-steel tanks. The resulting 2015s û all rather low in sulfur (50-60 milligrams total) û combine purity and precision with tension and complexity in a distinctive way. Although Antoine's 2015's fermented very slowly and the malolactic fermentation was done earlier (in November) than the alcoholic, they are remarkably clear, precise, and, except for Gewurztraminer Kritt, Lerchenberg and the Wiebelsberg, dry. - Stephan Reinhardt.