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Weingut Pfeffingen Scheurebe Spatlese 2005, Q.M.P. Ungsteiner Herrenberg, Estate Btld, Pfalz, Germany: Vintages Wine Panel: Scheurebe (pronounced shoy-RAY-beh) is a cross between Silvaner and Riesling. It was created by Georg Scheu in 1916 in Rheinhessen. Wines made from this grape are still rare in our market, so they are much sought-after whenever they are released. This Scheurebe is full-bodied with pronounced acidity and a bouquet and taste reminiscent of blackcurrants. My note: A terrific concentration of flavors with zippy acidity. 14837 12% MS 750 mL $19.85 Score: 89/100. February 2, 2008 Full Review
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