The 2007 vintage for German Riesling is one of the greatest in a string of successful harvests dating back to 1988. Thanks to a long growing season, healthy grapes and beautiful weather at harvesttime, the wines are classically proportioned, exhibiting ripe, complex fruit flavors, density with elegance, and a mineral streak that manifests itself from the first sip.
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