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Weingut Max Ferd. Richter Mülheimer Helenenkloster Riesling Eiswein** 2010 | 375 ml.

Item #: 33195

Store Location: RR7A

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Wine Grapes

Primary Grape: Riesling | All Grapes: 100% Riesling

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  • Dessert Wine
  • Riesling
  • Germany
  • Mosel
  • Mosel
  • 2010
  • 375 ml.
  • 6.5%
  • 019414171121
  • RR7A | Bin#: 0
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Critical Acclaim

RP91 Robert Parker’s The Wine Advocate 22nd Dec 2011

"The Richter “two-star” 2010 Muhlheimer Helenenkloster Riesling Eiswein Fass #73 (that cask number being in effect merely a nick-name) represents the optically more concentrated, table-selected portion of December 3’s harvest (which constituted most of what little fruit there was in this site, though some had been picked out earlier and declassified to generic Riesling). Not surprisingly, acidity and residual sugar are elevated vis-a-vis the corresponding “regular” Helenenkloster Eiswein bottling; and the alcohol yet lower. High-toned intimations of herbal distillates mingle with fresh lemon and quince preserves on the nose. Intensely bright yet soothing, glycerin-rich as well as buoyant, on the palate this resembles a vanilla-, quince jelly-, and zest-laced lemon-lime sorbet. Sheer viscosity, as well as almost severe concentration and the integration of considerable bitterness preclude this offering quite the finishing refreshment of its reverberative, levity, and ostensibly lesser sibling. With tine perhaps it will prove the more complex and/or longer-lived of the pair. I would monitor any bottles along the way but anticipate its meriting 20 or more years of attention." (91 pts.)

Mosel

The German wine region, Mosel (or Mosel-Saar-Ruwer), produces some of the most beautiful white wines in the world, particularly Rieslings. The cool climate and Devonian slate soils in this region are said to lend to the unique character of Mosel Rieslings, with their floral nose and distinct minerality.

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Germany

The German wine-making tradition is long and illustrious, dating back to as early as AD 800. And for a country just slightly smaller than Montana, Germany produces and consumes a great deal of wine (it's the seventh-largest producer and sixth-highest consumer).

Germany is situated at the most northerly latitude at which grapes can ripen; the winters are cold and the growing season short, all of which, incidentally, are nearly identical to the Finger Lakes Region of New York. Most of its wine regions are situated in central and southwestern Germany. The most significant are the Rheingau, Rheinhessen, Rheinpfalz, Mosel-Saar-Ruwer, Nahe, Franken and Baden.

The Riesling grape is king in Germany, even though it represents only 20% of total plantings: Müller-Thurgau (a Riesling-silvaner cross) has the most, followed by the red grapes Spätburgunder (Pinot Noir) and Dornfelder. In good years and in the care of master winemakers, Riesling makes one of the greatest white wines in the world, with a perfect balance of sugar and acid, exquisite fruit and fragrance and with considerable potential for aging.

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More Information
SKU33195
Product TypeWine
Alternate NameWeingut Max Ferd. Richter Mülheimer Helenenkloster Riesling Eiswein**
CountryGermany
RegionMosel
Product Location - Location-AppellationMosel
Package Size375 ml.
Proof/Alcohol by Volume6.5%
BrandMax Ferd. Richter
Bottles per Case12
Vintage2010
Bin Location0
Can it be ShippedYes
Wine Spectator Top 100 Year6
Premier PickNo
Wine TypeDessert Wine
Grape(s)100% Riesling
Primary GrapeRiesling
Dollar Sale (Y/N)No
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