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Thomas Haag and his right-hand man Philipp Veser must be the best organised people in the Mosel: they dealt smoothly with the challenges of frost and rot, and because yields are down by a third, the resulting wines are concentrated and quite brilliant.
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2018 Sl Kabinett [04 19] (SCLI10218A)
Playful, elegant and rich, this pure spicy wine is fresh, vibrant and approachable.
2018 Himmelreich Kabinett [09 19] (SCLI11218A)
White flowers and yellow fruit set off this delicate, elegant wine, which develops pure salty flavours as it nears the finish. Quite lovely.
2018 Juffer Kabinett [10 19] (SCLI12218A)
Vibrant and a little sweeter than the Helden, the fruit here is melting and elegant, with a fine mineral seam and a very long fresh citrus-driven finish.
2018 Niederberg Helden Kabinett [08 19] (SCLI13218A)
A little more of everything here: there is power and richness to the yellow fruit, and the lively acidity and mineral depth make it taste drier. It is bright and charming.
2018 Wehlener Sonnenuhr Kabinett [11 19] (SCLI14218A)
A more serious wine, for keeping. The fruit is spicy, mineral-driven and dense, supported by powerful citrus notes and a fine elegant finish.
2018 Goldtröpchen Kabinett [12 19] (SCLI16218A)
Layers of yellow fruit, bright lemony acidity and the mineral depth and power of the vineyard combine in a vibrant, elegant wine that will be approachable now but even better in a few years.
2018 Schloss Lieser Kabinett Collection (SCLI18218A)
2 bottles each of Himmelreich, Helden, Juffer, Sonnenuhr and Goldtröpchen and Doktor: an ideal way to sample the individual terroirs.
2018 Niederberg Helden Spätlese [14 19] (SCLI20218A)
An elegant, fine and eminently drinkable wine which shows vibrant golden-yellow fruit, pure citrus acidity and a nice mineral kick on the finish.
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