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2015 Keller, Niersteiner Pettenthal Riesling GG, Rheinhessen

Vinous

92

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Regular price $740
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2015 Keller, Niersteiner Pettenthal Riesling GG, Rheinhessen

Vinous

92

CellarTracker

95
Regular price $740
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Vinous

Vinous

92

“This year’s Pettenthal knew exactly when it should stop fermenting,” quipped Keller -- which was with a dozen grams of residual sugar, disqualifying it for Grosses Gewächs status. “The yields here were especially low this year,” he noted, “but in keeping with Pettenthal’s reputation for harboring underground sources of water, there was never any vine stress,” and this wine was harvested on October 4. Scents of ripe peach, fig and lime zest are overlain by enticing peony-like perfume. A satiny, palpably extract-rich palate is intensely fruit-concentrated and infused with smoky black tea, though lacking quite the youthful clarity or sheer juiciness of this estate’s very best 2015 offerings. The zesty, zingy, smoky finish projects a promising sense of energy and stamina.

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Vinous

Vinous

92

“This year’s Pettenthal knew exactly when it should stop fermenting,” quipped Keller -- which was with a dozen grams of residual sugar, disqualifying it for Grosses Gewächs status. “The yields here were especially low this year,” he noted, “but in keeping with Pettenthal’s reputation for harboring underground sources of water, there was never any vine stress,” and this wine was harvested on October 4. Scents of ripe peach, fig and lime zest are overlain by enticing peony-like perfume. A satiny, palpably extract-rich palate is intensely fruit-concentrated and infused with smoky black tea, though lacking quite the youthful clarity or sheer juiciness of this estate’s very best 2015 offerings. The zesty, zingy, smoky finish projects a promising sense of energy and stamina.