2004 Rebholz Im Sonnenschein Weissburgunder Spatlese Dry
This was such a revelation. I have always loved Rebholz's Rieslings but have heard through the grapevine that the Weissburgunder is what he was famous for and this wine was absolutely knock you on your ass stunning. The nose is just the cleanest purest thing you can imagine. Some soft floral notes with cotton candy, sweet tarts, chamomile and minerals. Incredibly complex and always changing and growing in the glass. The palate is soft but has very sneaky acidity with an unreal mouthfeel and utmost elegance. The finish is dazzling and the concentrated fruit really pumps on the backend. Like a peacock tail of a finish. Still a bit tight and coiled but man what a wine. Whoulda thunk Pinot Blanc could get this profound? Wow!
By the way we have this for sale in the cube for $79.99. If you order some bottles and mention the blog we will give you 15% off!