David M. Bueker wrote:I would think that if you had the Haart after the Muller it would appear soft and simple if you cold not taste it on its own merits.
Rahsaan wrote:David M. Bueker wrote:I would think that if you had the Haart after the Muller it would appear soft and simple if you cold not taste it on its own merits.
Tell that to Salil! Although he said something about being spoiled by too much Prager and Alzinger recently. Or something like that.
Rahsaan wrote:We had a couple of rieslings last night, the 2010 Egon Muller Scharzhofberger Kabinett which was deliciously ripe and not at all fierce yet of course well-focused. In Salil's words, it 'vaporized' rather quickly. The 2007 Haart Piesporter Grafenberg Spatlese was also plenty delicious in my book, although some (Salil) complained it was too soft and simple.
Salil wrote:Re. Alzinger, yes I've been getting spoiled by Steinertal. But I also opened a 2008 Prager Riesling Smaragd Achleiten on Friday that was outstanding. A little lighter than the '07, more steely and acidic but still superbly balanced with bright Meyer lemon, grapefruit and orange blossom flavours over a mineral base, conveying flavour with incredible precision and clarity.
David M. Bueker wrote:I ended up with the Catoir due to food matching, but really wanted something less exalted.
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