Opulent and concentrated, exhibiting mango, passion fruit and stone aromas and flavors that melt into the fleshy frame. There’s enough acidity to match the richness and keep it focused on the long finish. Drink through 2012.
Gunderloch Estate - In 1890 the banker Carl Gunderloch purchased the "Gunderloch" manor house in Nackenheim. He also purchased property in the Rothenberg and Engelsberg vineyards which still constitutes the nucleus of the Gunderloch estate. Today the estate is managed by Carl Otto's oldest daughter Agnes Hasselbach-Usinger and her husband, a viticultural engineer, Fritz Hasselbach. He brought two top Niersteiner vineyards, Hipping and Pettenthal, to add to the estate's holdings. Fritz Hasselbach is a highly accredited winemaker. In 2002 the Winespectator Magazine celebrated him as the only winemaker ever to have received a perfect 100 points score for not only one, but three of his wines. The 1992, 1996 and 2001 Riesling TBA, Nackenheimer Rothenberg were each awarded with 100 points.
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