Robin Garr wrote:Rolling it out there a day or two early since the weekend starts the new month. It's wide open for your enjoyment, your pick of sweet wines in any style, fortified, late harvest, vin doux naturel, whatever makes you happy. Compare, contrast, look for the QPR or celebrate your price-is-no-object favorites to mark the holidays!
Sam Platt wrote:Joy,
I have a 2000 Heidi Schröck Ruster Ausbruch Riesling x Silvaner in my cellar that I picked up on a business trip to Austria. When I asked Heidi about drinking window she told me to hold unto it until 2015 if I could. Glad to hear that one of her relatively young wines is drinking so well.
JC (NC) wrote:I'm glad for your note Ryan. I bought three of these (375 ml.) upon release
1992 Müller-Catoir Haardter Herrenletten Gewürztraminer Eiswein
A deep orange gold colour that had me worrying if this might be oxidized/past it, but it's in great shape - a core of ripe pineapples, apricots and lychees seasoned with high toned spicy and floral notes and rich honeyed elements. It's intensely rich and sweet, but very well balanced at the same time with amazing intensity and stunning length.
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