Georg Breuer 2004 Berg Schlossberg Auslese Riesling (Rheingau)

On the full-bodied side, but the combined weight of sugar and alcohol is ably balanced by bountiful acids. Floral notes lead off the nose, followed by hints of pineapple and spice, then dried apricots and candied fruit kick in on the palate. Clean on the finish, not overly sweet or cloying. Joe Czerwinski

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