2010 Saarburger Rausch Riesling Spätlese Versteigerung

Geltz Zilliken, Mosel-Saar-Ruwer
1,5 l
155,00 € *
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93 / 100

Robert Parker's Wine Advocate: Analytically marginally higher in Oechsle at harvest; botrytis content; residual sugar; and acid than the corresponding A.P. #8, Zillikens’ auction cuvee 2010 Saarburger Rausch Riesling Spatlese A.P. #7 – representing one thousand-liter fuder – offers a very different personality. Sharpness – though, to be sure, also invigorating citricity and vivacity – from high acid is threaded into a dense matrix of dried quince, peach, and white raisin. Musk melon, cherry jam and blood orange – along with the latter’s bittersweet rind – emerge as this takes on air; while lift and lusciously lingering fruit demonstrate that this wine’s authors have achieved their stated goals of delicacy and a relative balance of sweetness comparable to that of the A.P. #8 yet at a higher level of ripeness. While there is welcome, saliva-drawing salinity in the finish here, the mineral and floral diversity that rendered A.P. #8 unforgettable does not (at least yet) have a counterpart in this auction bottling. But it’s early days to be sure – I can well imagine the overt density and “bit more of everything” that characterize this wine translating into a slower start – and one can expect both wines to be worth tracking and no doubt swooning-over in the course of three decades. - David Schildknecht, Dez. 2011

96 / 100

Mosel Fine Wines: The 2010er Saarburger Rausch Riesling Spätlese AP 07 was released via the 2011 VDP Mosel Auction. The nose is still hugely primary, but quickly reveals stunningly exotic scents of mango, passion fruit, guava, dried apricot, candied grapefruit, tangerine, herbs, and peppermint. The palate captures one’s attention as it combines huge density and complexity with lightness and elegance. The wine proves tight, powerful but also seemingly weightless. The finish is magnificently long and vibrating. This wine behaves more like an “Auslese GK Eiswein” rather than a Spätlese (the wine does have well over 100 g/l of residual sugar!). But, as such, it is a truly remarkable effort. Now-2035 - Apr. 2020

Jahrgang: 2010
Herkunftsland: Deutschland
Region: Mosel-Saar-Ruwer
Lage: Saarburger Rausch
VDP Klassifizierung: VDP. Grosse Lage
Prädikatsstufe: Spätlese
Rebsorte: Riesling
Volumen: 1,5l
Farbe: Weiß
Geschmack: süß
Alkohol: 7,5% Vol.
Kennzeichnung: enthält Sulfite
Abfüller:Weingut Forstmeister Geltz Zilliken, Heckingstraße 20, 54439 Saarburg, Deutschland
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