Dominik Mueller

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2017 Robert Weil Kiedricher Riesling trocken

Tasting note

2017 Weingut Robert Weil Kiedricher Riesling trocken

A refreshing village wine by Weingut Robert Weil in Kiedrich in the Rheingau. Light yellow colour. Now already slightly matured, aromas of sweet grapefruit and a herbaceous minerality seduce. On the palate with fine spice, peaches and a precise acidity that lasts long and makes you want to take the next sip. Great drinking flow. The year 2017 was a good wine year in Germany. The Kiedrich Riesling fits into this picture and should continue to develop for some years to come. Pleases very much!

Drink through 2027.

Tasted by Dominik Müller on Saturday, 13 May 2023.

Ratings

Flawed?no
DM:
10Wines with a DM9 to DM12 rating are very good wines, above average even in the world of fine wine. That means these wines have been produced really well. They are pure, balanced, and have no flaw whatsoever. They begin to show complexity. Moreover, these wines have their own character and transport typicity and terroir.
/ 20 ("very good")
Stars:
4Wines with a rating of 4 stars are excellent wines in their category. They are almost at the top of their peer group in terms of personality and complexity.
/ 5

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Wine details

Vintage: 2017
Colour:white
Style:still (dry)
Assemblage:no
Grape variety:Riesling
For assemblages, the main grape variety is shown.
Producer:Robert Weil
Country:Germany
Region:Rheingau
Subregion:Heiligenstock
Appellation: n/a
Vineyard: n/a
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