Maximin Grünhauser Abtsberg, Grosses Gewächs
Von Schubert

Maximin Grünhauser Abtsberg, Grosses Gewächs, 2022


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2022
75cl
DP
£38.21

2022
6x75cl
DP
£229.22

2022
3x1.5L
DP
£253.22

2022
1x3L
DP
£168.82


Von Schubert, Maximin Grünhauser Abtsberg, Grosses Gewächs, 2022

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2021
2022

Tasting Notes


ABV:
12 %

Notes

The Abtsberg is a great metaphor for fine German engineering; pristine and precise, one feels as if we’ve reached a new level of refinement. Steely with a delicate grip and cool, glistening, freshly washed herbs and a kick of slate spice, the only trace of the warmth of the year is felt in the most gorgeous burst of mirabelle and white peach on the full, clear-cut finish.

Critics score


Score:
94

100

Source:
Anne Krebiehl, Vinous

Date:
10/2023

Notes
The 2022 Riesling Maximin Grünhäuser Abtsberg Grosses Gewächs opens with yellow plum on the nose, suffused with creaminess and lemon overtones. The palate has those same notions but tingles with lemon zest and citrus aromatics, vivid, pleasantly astringent and distinctly aromatic with pale, riper lemon nuances. Lovely and long, dry, citric and concentrated despite the light body. A picture of elegance. (Bone-dry)

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Germany


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Von Schubert

Von Schubert

This estate is centred on a former monastic Manor House at the foot of the Maximin Grünhaus hill close to a narrow tributary of the Mosel, the Ruwer. This towering hill is responsible for world famous wines of Carl von Schubert whose sensible attitude to vineyard management, careful selection and yield restriction result in classic examples of Ruwer style wines that are at bold, racy and mineral. Three of the region’s top vineyards are all situated on this hill. The Herrenberg occupies most of this,producing taut, mineral wines, whilst the other two comprise Bruderberg and Abstberg. In the monastic period the former provided the brothers’ tipple whilst the venerable, opulent Abstberg provided the extravagant imbibing requirements of the Abbotts.

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