Tuesday, September 5, 2017

DR Loosen Bros. Mosel 2016 Riesling







DR Loosen Bros. Mosel 2016 Riesling, $12.99-$14.99, 90 points, was a very light brass color grading clear toward the glass wall.
Aromas were soft floral, grassy, and citrusy.
This fruity fresh white wine with a light-body began early palate sweet which quickly quickened tart and off-dry, showed mouthwatering acidity and bright flavors of lemon/lime, tangerine, pome fruit, and fresh-cut grass notes.
Finished long on the trailing palate, a hint of ginger, and an easy 8.5% alcohol.
Paired perfectly with my sautéed Atlantic sea scallops, chips, and flan dessert.

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10 comments:

  1. Yes, it is still about the photography as I continue my adventures into the wonderful world of wines. I was struck by the eye catching simplicity of your photo. I love surprises, and this was a unique surprise for me. Bravo! 97 points

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    1. Anon: Thx again! I think DR L would hope you love his wine equally! It's clear you're an Empath.

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    2. Your rating of 90 points encourages me to try it. Thanks

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    3. Anon: Under $15, and an excellent wine equals happy meals, happy faces, and happy feet! Ha! Couldn't resist!

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  2. Chips, yay!
    And I too love this photo!

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  3. Ha! Depends on the type of potato used (we're very particular about our spuds).

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