Salil wrote:Does dry Riesling get much better than the 2011 Alzinger Riesling Smaragd Steinertal I opened with dinner last night? A thrilling, pure, impeccably balanced wine; amazingly fragrant with pale fresh fruit, greener herbal elements and vivid stony and saline mineral elements coming together harmoniously. There's remarkable presence and persistence to the flavours, yet a delicate touch and lightness - almost weightlessness - that I find all too rarely. Absolutely thrilling wine, among the very best Rieslings I've had.
Salil wrote:Steinertal is holy ground for Riesling fans.
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