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Rating: 94-95 Pts Stephan Reinhardt - Robert Parker's Wine AdvocateSize:750ML
Region: Mosel Country:Germany
Varietals: Riesling ABV:8%

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94-95 Pts Stephan Reinhardt - Robert Parker's Wine Advocate

"Harvested in the first week of November with 30% botrytis and 96 oechsle the 2013 Wiltinger Riesling Spatlese Vols I is another elegant and very clear, fresh, cool, slate-like, limey and quince-flavored Riesling cru from the Vols vineyard, which is located close to the Scharzhofberg. "Our reddish slate is stonier and less weathered than in the Scharzhofberg, and we are more exposed to the south/south-west," says Plunien. The wine is noble, intense, and highly elegant on the palate and is a richer, sweeter style with ultra-ripe fruit and caramel flavors. It is noble, elegant, piquant and fresh and nicely stimulating, due to its pink-grapefruit flavor on the palate. Extremely well-selected botrytis here, and there is a lot of finesse and piquancy too." February 2015


About the Producer:
"Enter and welcome Helmut Plunien, and his beautiful new/old estate on the Saar. He comes from a recent background as the administrator of big "noble" estates, first in Wurzburg, and more recently closer to his native Saar - in Trier, at the Bischoflichen Weinguter, which us old-timers will remember as one of the venerable Great Names in the Mosel-Saar-Ruwer. Though Plunien didn’t go into detail, I surmise his stint in Trier was frustrating, and I further surmise his efforts to innovate and improve quality at the now-moribund property were resisted. At the same time (and maybe to blow off steam) he founded a tiny estate in Wiltingen, and called it "Vols" after a micro-parcel name in the great Wiltinger Braunfels, better-known before the 1971 wine law wiped it (and far too many other names) off the map. But the real breakthrough came in 2009, when he was able to buy the estate Altenhofen in Ayl. Though barely known to Americans, this was a "name" among Saar amateurs, both for its superb holdings in the (Ayler) Kupp but also its holdings in the partly abandoned but still fascinating Schonfels. Plunien, a genial and unpretentious guy you like immediately, calls his cellar philosophy "concentrated doing-nothing." He’d rather not fine or filter and will avoid doing so if at all possible. The wines are spontis, done partly in fuder and partly in steel. In the vineyards he’s close to organic, precluded both by the steepness of the terrain and the helicopter spraying. The estate is "6-something" hectares, with plans to grow "but not beyond ten."" - Distributor