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2015 Franz Xaver Pichler, Unendlich Riesling Smaragd, Wachau

Vinous

96-97

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94
Regular price $665
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2015 Franz Xaver Pichler, Unendlich Riesling Smaragd, Wachau

Vinous

96-97

CellarTracker

94
Regular price $665
/
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Vinous

Vinous

96-97

A portion of Loibenberg intended for this bottling ended up shriveling to become B.A. and T.B.A. So the 2015 “Unendlich” is anomalously based on Kellerberg and Höhereck and represents a very small production even by the standards of this elite bottling. The nose is head-turningly floral and peachy. On the palate, a luscious concentration of white peach nectar is laced with bittersweet liquid iris perfume, supported by a hint of sweetness (from 6.5 grams residual sugar). Seamlessly pure and caressingly polished, this gains interest as well as welcome contrast from richly savory blond tobacco, piquant lime peel, an undertone of wet stone and a sprinkling of ash. A surging finish lives up to the wine’s name and, for all of its overwhelmingly fruity richness, conveys persistently haunting florality and uncanny vibrancy.

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Vinous

Vinous

96-97

A portion of Loibenberg intended for this bottling ended up shriveling to become B.A. and T.B.A. So the 2015 “Unendlich” is anomalously based on Kellerberg and Höhereck and represents a very small production even by the standards of this elite bottling. The nose is head-turningly floral and peachy. On the palate, a luscious concentration of white peach nectar is laced with bittersweet liquid iris perfume, supported by a hint of sweetness (from 6.5 grams residual sugar). Seamlessly pure and caressingly polished, this gains interest as well as welcome contrast from richly savory blond tobacco, piquant lime peel, an undertone of wet stone and a sprinkling of ash. A surging finish lives up to the wine’s name and, for all of its overwhelmingly fruity richness, conveys persistently haunting florality and uncanny vibrancy.