The 2004 Lackner Tinnacher Eiswein Ried Turken is 100% Riesling from Gamlitz in Austria and the ABV is 11.0%. The Collalbrigo Prosecco - NV is 100% Prosecco (Glera) from Italy and the ABV is 11%.
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2004 Lackner Tinnacher Eiswein Ried Turken
"Brilliant gold-yellow with green reflections. Fully ripe vineyard peach and delicate grapefruit zest on the nose. Precise and nicely delineated, with refreshing acidity leavening the wine's creamy, honeyed sweetness. An exceptionally stylish ice wine with a seductive core of exotic fruit. Wonderfully harmonious and very long on the back end. Drink now to 2020+." -93 points- Peter Moser- International Wine Cellar
"Spicy, rich aromas and flavors of mineral, ripe apple, green peach and chamomile tea. There's a decadent buttery note that runs throughout this as well, and extends nicely on the finish with cinnamon and cardamom. Drink now through 2020. 125 cases made." -92 Points Wine Spectator
"The vineyards are sandy soil containing lime and gravel and at 400 meters above sea level with southwest exposure. The vines are an average age of 23 years old. The grapes are picked in January." -Importer
"The Riesling Eiswein was harvested manually in a very cold night. The sweet, frozen grapes were pressed over 18 hours. While the whole ice stayed in the press, only few concentrated most was extracted. The slow fermentation took place in stainless steel tanks and was followed by maturation in stainless steel tanks for 8 months. The aim of this vinification style is to show the natural individuality of the vines, soil, climate and vintage." -Importer
"The wine is named after the single-vineyard 'TÃ¼rken' whose southwest slope with a gradient up to 55% is an ideal place for Riesling. The shoots are thinned out at least 4 times a year and also the amount of grapes is reduced by hand to guarantee best quality. Brilliant gold-yellow with green reflections. Fully ripe vineyard peach and delicate grapefruit zest on the nose. Precise and nicely delineated, with refreshing acidity balancing the wineâs creamy, honeyed sweetness. An ice wine with a seductive core of exotic fruit. Harmonious and very long on the finish." -Importer
This wine scored 87-89 points by David Schildknecht of the Wine Advocate.
Collalbrigo Prosecco - NV
"The estate of Collalbrigo is located on the first hill oustide of Conegliano. The beautiful sloping landscape has been treasured by noble Venetian families for centuries has shown to create the perfect environment for a winery. Accomplished winemaker Francesco Cosulich's esteemed range including one of the best prosecco in the area." -Importer
"Prosecco is protected as a DOC within Italy, as Prosecco di Conegliano-Valdobbiadene, Prosecco di Conegliano and Prosecco di Valdobbiadene. From 2009, this will be promoted to DOCG status. To further protect the name, an association of traditional Prosecco growers is advocating a protected designation of origin status for Northern Italian Prosecco under European law."
"Unlike Champagne, its main commercial competitor, Prosecco is produced using the Charmat method, in which the secondary fermentation takes place in stainless steel tanks, making the wine less expensive to produce."
"Approximately 150 million bottles of Italian Prosecco are produced annually. As of 2008, 60 percent of all Prosecco is made in the Conegliano and Valdobbiadene area. Production there amounted to â¬370 million in 2007. Beginning in the 2000s, Prosecco is also grown in countries such as Brazil, Romania, Argentina and Australia."
This wine was also scored 85 points by the Wine Enthusiast (7/2009).