German 2005s - mainly Mosel, Nahe and fruity
24 Jun 2006 by JR
My notes on the German 2005s I have tasted so far are arranged alphabetically below by the producer's (sur)name, ignoring words such as Schloss and Weingut. If no grape variety is cited, it is Riesling. It is all too easy to tell, alas, which notes were written directly on my keyboard and which entered into a tasting booklet supplied by the organisers of a German wine tasting. Last year I cheekily asked whether those printing the booklet for the annual Grosse Ring tasting of Mosel and Nahe wines in London for instance could possibly space things out so that we had a little more space for our notes. They did, but still,...

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