Rudolf Furst – 13/02/2012

Spatburgunder Tradition 2010
Nice spicy raspberry and red cherry notes on the nose, with very light delicate silky tannins and sweet fruit vibrancy.

Centgrafenberg Spatburgunder Grosses Gewachs 2008
Very concentrated red currant nose, great balance and elegance, and an earthy texture with some cumin and cinnamon complexity.

Schlossberg Spatburgunder Grosses Gewachs 2009
Much more opulent rich wine, with darker berry notes, toasted nut complexity and a savoury finish.

Hunsruck Spatburgunder Grosses Gewachs 2009
More blackforest and chocolate elements, and had a grainy tannin texture.

Hunsruck Spatburgunder Grosses Gewachs 2003
Evolved in the bottle to show smokier toasty red currant fruit, with a dark nougat macadamia complexity on the palate.

Centgrafenberg Frueburgunder 2009
Different, presenting as quite stalky and brambly on the nose, but a little salty and warm on the palate.

Riesling 2010
Quite spritzy and vibrant showing slight herbaceous notes.

Riesling 2009
Much softer and more voluptuous, with the herbaceous characters evolving into ripe cucumber and capsicum.

Riesling 2005
Showing bottle development of lovely rich kerosene, crushed hazelnut and walnut, volume and viscosity, lovely texture and length.

Burgstadter Centgrafenberg Eiswein 2001
Amazingly rich and dense in colour and viscosity. There was a very creamy vanilla texture and flavour, combining with citrus to have a lemon custard character.

Rudolf Fuerst wines

Rudolf Fuerst wines

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