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The 2006 Clary Ranch is Pinot Noir from Sonoma in California, and the ABV is 14%. The 2010 Max Ferd Richter Veldenzer Elisenberg is Riesling from the Mosel region in Germany and the ABV is 9.5%.
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2006 Clary Ranch Pinot Noir
"A ripe, pure and elegant nose that is very pinot with intense red berry aromas that carry hints of underbrush and earth over to the rich and equally pure middle weight flavors that possess fine transparency, detail and lovely balance on the cranberry suffused finish that also displays an attractive vibrancy. This is at once delicious and serious and as noted, the balance is impeccable. If you enjoy classically styled pinot that carries almost no youthful austerity, this would be a fine choice. Drink 2012+."
"Clary Ranch is a small family owned winery with wines crafted from their own vineyards where they produce less than 2 tons per acre, "resulting in wines of concentration and finesse." Paul Clary is the winemaker/vineyard manager." (07/09) - 90 Pts Allen Meadows - Burghound
"Clary Ranch is located in the Petaluma Gap region of the Sonoma Coast AVA, about 5 miles due west of Petaluma and 11 miles from Tomales Bay. Clary Ranch Wines was founded by grower & winemaker Paul Clary, who planted the estate vineyards in 2000."
"The vineyards consist of 5 blocks of Pinot Noir on about 12.5 acres and 2 blocks of Syrah on about 2.5 acres. The Pinot Noir clones are Dijon 133 & 667, and Pommard 4. The Syrah clones are Syrah 174 and Shiraz 1. The Pacific winds blow strongly through the end of August, and the grapes depend upon the warm, still days of September and October to ripen. Clary Ranch is on the extreme edge of cool-climate viticulture on the continent." -Winery
This was also rated 89 points by the Wine Enthusiast and 87 points by the Wine Spectator.
2010 Max Ferd. Richter Kabinett Veldenzer Elisenberg Riesling
"Precise flavors of white cherry, red peach and white raspberry are flanked by plenty of rich, creamy notes. Very pure and balanced on the fresh, well-spiced finish. Full of character. Drink now through 2024. 250 cases made. -KM" 92 points Wine Spectator
"The estate of MAX FERD.RICHTER has been in the ownership of the family for more than 300 years. Today this enterprise is one of the leading producers of top RIESLING-wines in the heart of the central Mosel area with total holdings of 40 acres and an annual production of about 10,500 cases." -Winery
"The Elisenberg vineyard faces almost due south in the beautiful valley running from MÃ¼lheim on the Mosel to Veldenz; the 4,3 hectares of the steep slope are largely composed of grey slate and quartz. The microclimate resembles that of the Ruwer valley and gives the Elisenberg Riesling a unique minerally character, quite different from that of the more flowery Middle Mosel wines. The reputation of the Veldenzer Elisenberg vineyard was established when the wines won many awards in the first wine competitions, which were held in the 1850s and 1860s and by the time of the classification of the wines of the Mosel in 1885 it was ranked a First Growth together with Brauneberg, Wehlen, Graach, Piesport and Scharzhofberg."
"Stuart Pigott, the most knowledgeable wine writer, considers the Veldenzer Elisenberg to be among the top quality sites in Mosel-Saar-Ruwer. The Elisenberg Rieslings have aromas of the red peaches which flourish in the vineyards and hints of gooseberries, with concentrated citrus flavours, grapefruit and even blackcurrant from very ripe, late-picked grapes. They all have a long after-taste and great ageing potential." -Winery