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Wine Enthusiast Advanced Buying Guide

Ausgabe Februar/März 2021

LOIMER Langenlois Seeberg Riesling 2018 – 97 points
“Ripe red apple, dried orange peel and sundried hay come together and make for a most resonant, appetizing nose. The palate has a gorgeously creamy, smooth texture, like melting, ripe red-apple flesh, that is outlined by the soaring purity of citrus oil. What a wonderfully concentrated, textured and individual wine. What effortless balance, what smooth, balm-like yet fresh joy.”

LOIMER Langenlois Käferberg Grüner Veltliner 2018 – 96 points
“Notes of chalky earth and wet moss immediately lend resonance and wild freshness on nose. On the palate, several elements come alive. At first a bright, zesty notion of citrus and apple peel freshness, then a beautifully textured mouthfeel that is mouthwatering and juicy, followed by gorgeous Mirabelle fruit and a savory note reminiscent of peppery, salty miso paste. The finish is an aura of clean, almost luminous freshness.”