TN: 2019 Breuer "Terra Montosa" Riesling

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TN: 2019 Breuer "Terra Montosa" Riesling

#1 Post by Martin Zwick » November 17th, 2020, 11:45 pm

2019 Breuer "Terra Montosa" Riesling

YES, this Riesling needs a lot of air. Needs at least 3 days to open up. Then you will discover notes of flowers, herbs and a distinct minerality. So much finesse incl. a silky elegance as a frame. Last but not least a very refined&ripe acidity which is classic 2019.

An impressive complex Riesling and on GG level. The Riesling is based on grapes from Berg Roseneck, Berg Rottland und Schlossberg, Nonnenberg and for the first time from Pfaffenwies&Bodental-Steinberg (Lorch).

Bottom line, a superb Riesling in the making and it looks like the best „Terra Montosa“ ever. (24€)

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