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2016 Pinot Noir [24 18] (GRUN95216A)
The Pinot Noir from Grünhaus is becoming increasingly complex as the vines age, drawing a fine minerality from the slaty soils of the abtsberg. There is rich ripe red fruit with a savoury character and a hint of smoke, and a long powerful finish.
2017 Pinot Noir [21 19] (GRUN95217A)
10-year-old vines in the Abstberg are giving wines of increasing complexity. Frost severely reduced yields, and the very small berries have produced rich, juicy crushed red fruit, a distinct smoky note, firm fine tannins and a bitter chocolate finish.
2019 Maximin Riesling (GRUN02219A)
2017 Herrenberg GG [17 18] (GRUN10217A)
A lean, elegant wine with energy and power. There are cool grassy notes and a fine clearly delineated minerality, and a juicy vibrant finish.
2012 Maximin Grünhäuser Abtsberg Superior [04 13] (GRUN16212C)
Intense peach, floral and herb aromas, complemented by gooseberry and creamy mineral flavours in the mouth. Very fine and fresh.
2017 Herrenberg Kabinett [12 18] (GRUN20217A)
Cool, green and vibrant, this shows elegant citrus and pear notes and a smooth pure minerality that makes it taste almost dry all the way to a fine finish.
2011 Maximin Grünhäuser Abtsberg Auslese Fuder 84 [08 12] (GRUN52211A)
From a parcel of particularly ripe golden berries. Bright, pure and long, but elegant rather than powerful. Pure mango and well-delineated mineral flavours mingle on the palate. Very long and fine.
2019 Riesling alte Reben trocken [02 20] (GRUN06219A)
Not a wine we usually buy, but the oldest vines in the Abstberg and Herrenberg did particularly well in the dry hot summer, and have produced a dense, cool, mineral-driven wine with notes of fresh herbs, pears and lively acidity, finishing smooth and long. Such finesse at this level is unexpected and a real pleasure.
2019 Herrenberg GG [03 20] (GRUN10219A)
A lean, smooth, very fine wine with pithy citrus and juicy fresh green notes, plenty of salty flinty mineral flavours and a very long fine finish lasting for minutes.
2019 Abstberg GG [16 20] (GRUN11219A)
More powerful than the Herrenberg, with greater density and weight. There is a lovely juicy green freshness, ripe yellow pear fruit and a pithy, very fine ripe slaty minerality on the long finish.
2018 Abstberg GG [08 19] (GRUN11218A)
Old vines give a smooth, silky wine with heady floral and fresh herbal notes, rich yellow fruit, a juicy ripe defining acidity and a dark stony core building to a long creamy finish.
2019 Abtsberg Superior [18 20] (GRUN16219A)
The finest grapes of the Abtsberg, fermented with minimal intervention to near dryness. A dense, powerful wine, buoyed by lively acidity and a cool lean slaty mineral backbone, with typical notes of herbs and spice.
2019 Herrenberg Kabinett [06 20] (GRUN20219A)
Herrenberg has a better water supply than the Abstberg, and can shine in drier years. It certainly does in 2019: bright and vibrant, it is defined by cool green fruit and pure lean stony flavours, and the finish is juicy and long.
2018 Herrenberg Kabinett [03 19] (GRUN20218A)
Always a perfectly judged Kabinett from the poor soils of the Herrenberg: it is juicy and very elegant, the fruit cool and floral, and there is fresh pithy sweet grapefruit on the finish.
2019 Abtsberg Kabinett [08 20] (GRUN22219A)
More opulent than the Herrenberg, there is some yellow fruit to complement the classic herbal notes, and there is a little more charm to the fine minerality. The low yields lend density, and there is a beautifully judged interplay between ripe juicy fruit and lively citrus acidity.
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