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Vinous – Ian D’Agata 2020

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In “Alto Adige: On a Roll” Ian D’Agata writes that no other region in Italy makes better red and whites than Alto Adige. He lists a number of reasons for this, citing the amazing cooperatives and the remarkably consistent quality. He believes that the wines are not only the best in Italy, but rank among the world’s best as well.

92 points  | TARDUS Gewürztraminer Vendemmia Tardiva 2015
“Golden-tinged yellow. Rich, sweet, opulent aromas and flavors of tropical fruit, flowers and sweet spices. Finishes long and clean, with less of the spicy exuberance you’d expect from Gewürztraminer wine. Lovely at the start of a meal (try with appetizers involving blue cheeses, liver mousse, caramelized onions or ham) or at the end of one (fruit tarts, custard desserts, crêpes Suzette).”

93 points  | FELDMARSCHALL VON FENNER Müller Thurgau 2017
“Luminous straw-green. Bright, beautifully chiseled pear, peach and white flower aromas and flavors. Just a little youthfully chewy at present on a mouth-coating, dense finish that features lingering echoes of herbs.”

91 points  | LINTICLARUS Cuveè Riserva 2016
“Medium red-ruby. Plum, cassis, tobacco, licorice and a flinty nuance on the nose. Then fine-grained dark berry flavors are complicated by floral and graphite notes. Expressive and long on the finish.”

93 points  | RACHTL Sauvignon Blanc Riserva 2016
“Luminous straw-green. Boasts a lovely juicy precision to the penetrating passion fruit, gooseberry, sage and rosemary aromas and flavors. Closes very long with outstanding clarity and cut.”

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