Egon Muller Scharzhof Riesling QbA 2015

0,75 l, a Riesling Sweet White Dessert wine from Wiltingen, Mosel Saar Ruwer, Germany, alcohol content: 8,5%

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Alkoholgrad: 8,5% vol.
Allergene: Sulfite, Spuren von Eiweiß
Abfüller/Erzeuger: Weingut Egon Müller, Scharzhofstraße, 54459 Wiltingen, Deuschland
 Egon Müller – Scharzhof  

Germany Mosel
 White
Table
Sweetness: Medium Dry
Riesling

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2017 - 2035
Stephan Reinhardt
28th Apr 2017

Egon Müller's 2015 Riesling Scharzhof is crystalline clear and fresh on the nose with citrus flavors. This wine is light, lush and piquant, highly filigreed and salty, with good length and perfect harmony. A stunning, classic Scharzhof that is as pure as it is intense and crystalline clear. The grapes were sourced from Saarburg and Wiltingen (Rosenberg and Braunfels).

"No matter whether you picked your grapes early or late, in 2015 you couldn't do anything wrong," Egon Müller said when he welcomed me to taste his 2015 collections (Scharzhof and Le Gallais) in February 2017. "Although in August we still feared a repetition of 2003 and although the weather was unsteady during the harvest, 2015 finally turned out to be an ideal vintage for Rieslings of great aromatic and structural precision, finesse and with remarkable acidity levels of ten and more grams per liter." The mineral character of both Scharzhofberg and the Wiltinger Braune Kupp (see Le Gallais – Egon Müller) shines through, even in the gold-capsuled Auslesen and in the TBA, the latter of which is based on perfect botrytis raisins. In fact, the noble sweet wines are incredibly clear, fresh and aromatic in 2015, which gives them a lean, straight and highly elegant, nearly weightless character. Just try the Scharzhof Riesling to get an idea of 2015. In the Scharzhofberg, Müller harvested three different Kabinett wines, of which I couldn't taste the auctioned AP #4, which fetched a record price for Kabinett at the auction in Trier in September 2016. It was 199.92 Euros exclusive of taxes and tolls! The collection of predicates further includes a Spätlese, three Auslesen (one of which I gave 100 points), a Beerenauslese and a 100-pointer Trockenbeerenauslese. Wines of Egon Müller are rare and terribly expensive, but worth almost every sin.


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