Weingut Heribert Boch
- Riesling Trittenheimer Altarchen Spatlese 1994
- Germany > Mosel
- White, Sweet, Medium-Bodied, Earthy, Crisp
- Mature Spatlese? Think luxurious and exotic.
- Pair with an apple and rosemary crumble atop a juicy pork chop
- or pan seared foie gras.
- Hedonists will drink it with a peppercorn and thyme roasted goose.
Nose: Intense, mature, mushroom, petroleum, stone fruits
Mouth: Medium Bodied, medium sweet, medium-high acidity, moderate-high intensity, long finish, lime, peach, nutty
- Discover the true potential of German Riesling. They challenge our taste buds by seamlessly straddling super-ripeness with incisive acidity, thus aging with remarkable grace, gaining complexity in the process. Nearing theend of its second decade, this single-vineyard rarity (from one of the Mosel’s stellar sites) from Michael and Anne Boch is mature, complex and dazzling.
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