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2014 Keller, Dalsheimer Hubacker Riesling GG, Rheinhessen

Vinous

90

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92
Regular price $250
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2014 Keller, Dalsheimer Hubacker Riesling GG, Rheinhessen

Vinous

90

CellarTracker

92
Regular price $250
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Vinous

90

Piquant huckleberry and pit-inflected fresh apple are allied to chalky and ashen notes surprisingly reminiscent of the corresponding Kirchspiel (from which one expects a more austere performance). There is a broader palate impression with less focus and brightness here, yet not the greater overall generosity or youthful appeal one might have anticipated given past performances of this bottling. The wine's bitter elements need to better integrate themselves, and while there is no denying the sheer palate-staining intensity and persistence on display, I’ll be surprised if the corresponding “Von der Fels” bottling doesn’t remain more impressive--not to mention more charming--than this Hubacker.

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Vinous

Vinous

90

Piquant huckleberry and pit-inflected fresh apple are allied to chalky and ashen notes surprisingly reminiscent of the corresponding Kirchspiel (from which one expects a more austere performance). There is a broader palate impression with less focus and brightness here, yet not the greater overall generosity or youthful appeal one might have anticipated given past performances of this bottling. The wine's bitter elements need to better integrate themselves, and while there is no denying the sheer palate-staining intensity and persistence on display, I’ll be surprised if the corresponding “Von der Fels” bottling doesn’t remain more impressive--not to mention more charming--than this Hubacker.