Categorized | Austria, riesling

Domäne Wachau Riesling Bruck Federspiel 2017

I may have said this before, but the bottle tops on Austrian wine are just such a potent and cohesive marketing strategy. The red and white flag, with a black eagle floating between. I love it. Importer: Cellarhand

Smoky, flinty, lime and grapefruit, with a little white peach and honey. It’s intense and flavoursome, fresh and lightly chalky, preserved lemon in the mix, with a satisfying mouth-watering finish. Bold, but beautiful.


Tasted : Dec18
Alcohol : 12.5%
Price : $35
Closure : Screwcap
Drink : 2018 - 2024+
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