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Schönleber celebrates his 60th, and much else
6 Sep 2012 by Jancis Robinson
Those with really good memories may remember a fascinating blind tasting undertaken in 2009 chez Klaus Peter Keller, about whom I wrote here yesterday, in which we compared recent vintages of the top dry Rieslings of Keller, F X Pichler of the Wachau in Austria, Robert Weil in the Rheingau, Bürklin Wolf of the Pfalz and the two stars of the Nahe, Dönnhoff and Emrich-Schönleber. The Austrian wine was obviously the odd one out and all the Germans performed very well, but my two top performers by a short nose were Keller and Schönleber. The day after walking the vines with the Kellers , David Schildnecht and I moved on...

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