R & A Pfaffl Passion Reserve Riesling 2015

Riesling

—VINTAGES#: 534834
R & A Pfaffl Passion Reserve Riesling 2015
Pfaffl's 2015 Riesling Reserve Passion is the first release of this wine which comes from the Ulrichskirchener Sandlern, a summit with a sandy soil on shell limestone. 'It is a very windy terroir so that we can pick healthy grapes very late,' says Heidi Pfaffl. The 2015 was picked in the beginning of November and opens with a clear, intense and elegant bouquet of ripe stone fruits, crushed stones (chalk) and a dash of lemon perfume. Full-bodied, round and firm on the palate, this is a very complex and aromatic Riesling with the finest tannins and a very nice complexity. Due to the 200-liter vat where it was fermented and aged, it has a very nice grip and is already accessible. One of the finest Pfaffl wines of the 2015 vintage. Great new entry into the Pfaffl portfolio. Score - 93. (Stephan Reinhardt, robertparker.com, June 29, 2016 )
$56.00

Product Details

Release Date:
February 1, 2018
750 mL bottle
Alcohol/Vol
13.0%
Made in:
Niederösterreich, Austria
By:
Weingut R+A Pfaffl Gmbh+Co Kg
Sugar Content:
12 g/L
Sweetness Descriptor:
D - Dry
Style:
Aromatic & Flavourful
Varietal:
Riesling

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