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2014 Julian Haart Piesporter Goldtröpfchen Riesling Kabinett

John Gilman: 93/100 pts

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View from the cellar (John Gilman): "The 2014 Goldtröpfchen Kabinett was still in cask and was to be bottled soon after my visit. Here, Julien has made a classic Kabinett, with yields in these parcels of old vines around eighty hectoliters per hectare in 2014 and the wine has settled in around 8.5 percent alcohol, with fifty grams per liter of residual sugar and 8.5 grams per liter of acidity. The grapes were some of the earliest picked at the estate in this vintage and the wine offers up a beautiful bouquet of apple, peach, spring flowers, a touch of orange zest, slate and that gentle smokiness of the Goldtröpfchen in the upper register. On the palate the wine is medium-bodied, pure and filigreed, with lovely slate definition, bright acids and a very long, dancing and succulent finish. I like this very much, but Julien notes that the wine seems “just a bit too easy” out of the blocks. 2015- 2040. 93."

Wine Advocate: "Review by Stephan Reinhardt # 223 (Mar 2016) Rating: 90+ Drink 2026 - 2040

The 2014 Riesling Goldtröpfchen Kabinett displays a clear and fruity bouquet leading to a pure, round and nicely juicy palate with a stimulating salinity in the finish. Pure slate, pure Riesling, pure Goldtröpfchen, but still too much sulfur to be enjoyable in larger amounts. Give it ten, 20 or even 30 years--but give it plenty of time.

Shooting star Julian Haart offers an outstanding collection of 2014 Rieslings, although his style has slightly changed since he ferments at warmer temperatures of greater than 20° Celsius (not as cool as classic Mosel Rieslings). This, says Haart, results in "more terroir than fruit-driven Rieslings." Indeed, I thought of Klaus Peter Keller's Rheinhessen Rieslings, who is a good and probably influential friend of Julian Haart and was once his trainee. My favorite wines in an impressive collection (no wine below 90 RP points!) are the Schubertslay Kabinett and the Ohligsberg."