Marc Kreydenweiss – 23/02/2012

Clos Rebberg Grand Cru Riesling 2008
Amazing toffee and honeycomb vibrancy, and was very delicate and pure on the palate with some savoury cheese elements on the finish.

Wiebelsberg Grand Cru Riesling 2008
A talcier and more herbaceous nose, with savoury smoked honey complexity on the palate with some richness to boot.

Kastelberg Grand Cru Riesling 2008
A lot more brooding and closed than its partners, with a much later dark honey component and more subtle austerity.

Clos Rebourg Pinot Gris 2007
Moved from honey into beeswax honeysuckle, had soft balance and well-contained fruit, with wonderful concentration and elegance.

Moenchberg Pinot Gris 2009
Exhibiting some dark earthy berry components on the nose, complemented by leesy honey notes. On the palate it was showing some nutty texture and richness, and whilst powerful it was still very elegant.

The Marc Kreydenweis range

The Marc Kreydenweiss range

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