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2011 Wittman Riesling Trocken – Review

By Duane Pemberton
Winery website: www.weingutwittmann.de/en
Price: $45

Why does Germany “own” Riesling? Well outside of having a sublime climate for this amazing grape, it also has wineries like Wittman that have been around far longer than we’ve been a country. Established in 1663, Wittman is a family-owned and family-run winery which has been producing biodynamic wines since 1990 and continues to garner international acclaim.

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Nose: Lemon-zested dust, river rock, kiwi, chalk, petrol and pear.

Taste: Beautiful acidity combines with a good amount of citrus and tropical fruits. Super clean mid palate that leads into a lingering finish. Definitely a solid bottle, however, there are other Rieslings out there that offer a similar experience at less money.

W.E.P. Rating: 85%