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2015 Keller, Niersteiner Hipping Riesling GG, Rheinhessen

Vinous

92

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Regular price $550
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2015 Keller, Niersteiner Hipping Riesling GG, Rheinhessen

Vinous

92

CellarTracker

90
Regular price $550
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Vinous

Vinous

92

“We did a lot of experimentation with Hipping,” noted Schätzel of fruit from his diverse parcels in this Einzellage, “before I decided what this site means for us and how I should showcase it.” (Three parcels in the so-called Fuchsloch – “fox’s lair” – were traditionally considered his family’s finest holdings.) Haunting, bittersweet scents of gentian and iris mingle with piquant and smoky evocations of coriander, mustard seed and lemon zest. A satiny but brightly juicy palate leads to a vibrantly sustained and refreshingly citric finish that glows with citrus seed and peach kernel piquancy. Consistent with Schätzel’s approach in the vineyard and early date of harvest, this July 2016 bottling features more than 10 grams of highly efficacious but by no means inharmonious acidity.

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Vinous

Vinous

92

“We did a lot of experimentation with Hipping,” noted Schätzel of fruit from his diverse parcels in this Einzellage, “before I decided what this site means for us and how I should showcase it.” (Three parcels in the so-called Fuchsloch – “fox’s lair” – were traditionally considered his family’s finest holdings.) Haunting, bittersweet scents of gentian and iris mingle with piquant and smoky evocations of coriander, mustard seed and lemon zest. A satiny but brightly juicy palate leads to a vibrantly sustained and refreshingly citric finish that glows with citrus seed and peach kernel piquancy. Consistent with Schätzel’s approach in the vineyard and early date of harvest, this July 2016 bottling features more than 10 grams of highly efficacious but by no means inharmonious acidity.