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Dopff is a traditional Alsacian producer of quality table and sparkling wines. This fine stylish Riesling is delicately perfumed with both honeysuckle and citrus aromas. A tight palate follows with just the right amount of sweetness to give a textured mouthfeel with green apple and lime flavours. The finish is crisp, clean and racing. A bargain Riesling for those new to the variety and a steal for those who already know the beguiling beauty Riesling is.
This riesling from Alsace, on France's Rhine border with Germany, is an absolute bargain. It's delightfully perfumed with suggestions of blossom, lime, mandarin and exotic rose water. In the mouth it's intense, plump and lightly unctuous. A slightly fruit-sweet middle adds richness but it's still quite dry and appetising.
Vintage: 2010 Score: 4½ stars
Source: The Epicure - The Age
Amazing value for money. Creamed nuts, vanilla, lemon zest and fruit compote aromas and flavours, while the palate is soft and rounded, gentle and satisfying with a lick of sweetness. More generous and less austere than many young Australian rieslings.
Vintage: 2010 Score: 89 points
Source: Good Living - Sydney Morning Herald
This fine, stylish Riesling has honeysuckle and citrus aromas, a tight palate with green apple and lime flavours and a crisp finish.
Vintage: 2010 Dan Murphy's Wine Panel
Alsace Riesling magically combines the forceful nature of French wine with the delicacy and fragrance of German wine. This example is a bargain, offering exotic spice, pear, honey and lime aromas that follow through a mellow, slightly fruit-sweet mid-palate, finishing dry and savoury.
Vintage: 2009 Score: 4 stars
Source: The Age - Epicure
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