2010 Diel Grosses Gewachs Goldloch RieslingRiesling from Germany
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"For whatever reason (and after being admonished repeatedly by Armin for visiting so early, before the GGs were ready) these GGs were ready, at least to taste with any half-dec...
- 91 David Schildknecht - Robert Parker's Wine Advocate
- 91 Joel Payne - Vinous Media
91 David Schildknecht - Robert Parker's Wine Advocate
"High-toned suggestions of mint, basil, and other herbal essences in distilled form mingle and rise from the glass of Diel’s 2010 Dorsheimer Goldloch Riesling Grosses Gewachs, then saturate a satin-textured palate, with fruit pit and toasted nut piquancy as well as palpable chalkiness adding interest, while a juicy fundament of peach and citrus persists through a refreshingly persistent, animatedly interactive, and coolingly cleansing finish. This offers admirably and unusually generous early appeal for a Riesling of its genre and I suspect it will sustain interest – not to mention delight – over the better part of a decade."
91 Joel Payne - Vinous Media
"Bright aromas of white peach, mint and pine nuts. A crisp pear flavor paired with subtle saltiness on the palate gives this wine a vibrant character. Pure and clean, with a delicate spiciness lingering on the finish."
"For whatever reason (and after being admonished repeatedly by Armin for visiting so early, before the GGs were ready) these GGs were ready, at least to taste with any half-decent sense of where they’d go. As usual Goldloch is the fruit-bomb of the trio, with such tactile sorrel and wintergreeny density you need a power-drill to push your way through. Dramatic, clearly great and massively endowed, the best I’ve yet tasted, even at this embryonic stage." -Importer
91 - David Schildknecht - Robert Parker's Wine Advocate
91 - Joel Payne - Vinous Media
|Taste||apple, pear, peach, apricot and honey|
|Nose||petrol, flint, rose petal, violet, orange peel, apple, pear and peach|