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2015 Eva Fricke, Krone, Rheingau

Vinous

90

CellarTracker

92
Regular price $120
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2015 Eva Fricke, Krone, Rheingau

Vinous

90

CellarTracker

92
Regular price $120
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Vinous

Vinous

90

Fresh lemon and pungent thyme lend brightness and pungency to the fresh pear and quince that dominate this bottling from unusually active lime-rich chalk soils. The feel is firm, the vibrant finish tangy and animatingly acidic as well as strikingly laced with stony, alkaline, smoky and mouthwateringly saline elements. As with a number of Fricke 2015s, piquancy – here reminiscent of pear seed and lemon peel – pushes toward bitterness, but an abundance of primary juiciness compensates. This is hardly the most ingratiating or charming of Fricke 2015s, but it is the most energetic.

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Vinous

Vinous

90

Fresh lemon and pungent thyme lend brightness and pungency to the fresh pear and quince that dominate this bottling from unusually active lime-rich chalk soils. The feel is firm, the vibrant finish tangy and animatingly acidic as well as strikingly laced with stony, alkaline, smoky and mouthwateringly saline elements. As with a number of Fricke 2015s, piquancy – here reminiscent of pear seed and lemon peel – pushes toward bitterness, but an abundance of primary juiciness compensates. This is hardly the most ingratiating or charming of Fricke 2015s, but it is the most energetic.