Dr. Bürklin-Wolf 2002 Ruppertsberger Gaisbohl Qualitätswein Trocken Riesling (Pfalz)

Plump and concentrated, but it doesn't have the same raw power as Bürklin-Wolf's Rechbächel bottling. What it does have is finely defined fruit that ranges from Anjou pears to Golden Delicious apples, all tinged with honey and spice. Joe Czerwinski

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