2002 JL Wolf Wachenheimer Riesling Pfalz (GErmany), A$26/NZ$25

December 2004
Australian Gourmet Traveller WINE;Summer2004, Vol. 10 Issue 5, p133
The article presents information about JL Wolf Wachenheimer Riesling Pfalz. Revealing some development about its straw-yellow colour, this aromatic, approachable and lightly sweet riesling delivers pristine stonefruit and citrus flavours neatly wrapped in refreshingly tart and minerally acidity. There is a hint of spicy muskiness beneath its floral and slightly candied perfume, while its palate is round, generous and tangy, finishing with delightful intensity, clarity and persistence.


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