hi Around the Clock #8- 2008 Long Shadows Poet’s Leap Boytritis Riesling 375ML « Cinderella Wine - Ridiculously low prices for up to 24 hours only.

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Rating: 94 Pts Wine EnthusiastSize:375ML
Region: Washington Country:United States
Varietals: Riesling ABV:11.3%

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94 Pts Wine Enthusiast

"A Poet's Leap botrytis-affected Riesling was first done in 2005; this is the second. Opens with a sensational smorgasbord of scents from honey and citrus to pineapple, celery, cucumber, orange blossom, lemon verbena and so on and on. Full bodied and extremely youthful, this has a long life ahead. -P.G." (12/10)

93 Pts Jay Miller - Robert Parker's Wine Advocate

"The 2008 Poet's Leap Botrytis Riesling was produced from 75% botrytis-infected grapes finished at 15.7% residual sugar and 11.3% alcohol. Medium straw-colored, it offers up a captivating nose of tropical fruits, apricot, and peach buttressed by a vibrant acid structure, a velvety texture, and a lengthy, pure finish. It should evolve much like a top German BA." (08/11)

91 Pts Wine Spectator

"Sweet, but light enough to qualify as delicate, with pear, mint and honey character most prominent. This finishes with delicacy. Drink now through 2015. 229 cases made. -HS" (10/10)


"From the Long Shadows Vintners collection, this limited bottling of late harvest Riesling was created by partners Armin Diel, proprietor of Germany's renowned Schlossgut Diel and Washington State visionary, Allen Shoup. 229 cases produced." -Winery

"Armin Diel is one of Germany's most acclaimed Riesling producers. His family has owned the celebrated estate of Schlossgut Diel, in Burg Layen, in the Nahe River Valley since 1802. Involved in the estate from the early years of his childhood, Armin assumed management of the winery, a 12th century medieval castle and it’s prestigious vineyards, the best known being Goldloch (pebbles), and Pittermannchen (slate), in 1987. Ten years later, Armin acquired Burgberg (quartz), another outstanding vineyard on the eastern side of Goldloch. All three parcels have been classified on an official ground tax map with the highest possible ranking since 1901, giving them status comparable to a Burgundy Grand Cru." -Winery

"After twenty years at the helm of the Stimson Lane wine group (Chateau Ste. Michelle, Columbia Crest and other wineries), Allen Shoup retired to pursue a personal dream. For years he had envisioned a joint venture with highly acclaimed winemakers from different regions of the world. His goal was to bring their expertise to Washington to create some of the most special wines ever crafted from the region's top vineyards; wines that would stand shoulder to shoulder with the world’s best." -Winery