A.J. Adam Hofberg Reserve Trocken
Grape: 100 % Riesling
Production: Natural fermentation in wooden barrel and stainless steel
This dry village wine is from the middle area of the Grand Cru Hofberg. The 40 year old vines get picked in mid-October. After a gentle pressing and settling, the juice ferments in Fuder barrels and stainless steel tanks (50-50).
This wine is like a small Grand Cru with a little less power and deepness but still appears as a rich and delicately cerebral Riesling. The aftertaste of Dhroner trocken is long-lasting and quite smoky.
A joyful nose of yellow peach, smoke and mint leads to a wine packed with flavors on the palate. While endowed with impeccable density and complexity, this dry Riesling lives from its finesse and slightly creamy texture. – Mosel Fine Wines by Jean Fish and David Rayer
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