Hans Lang Riesling Spätlese 1992

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Natalie's Review

Hans Lang Riesling Spätlese 1992, Q.M.P., Hattenheimer Hassel, Rheingau, Germany: Vintages Wine Panel: Hans Lang’s father, Johann Joseph, founded this estate in 1953. 75% of Lang’s 18 hectares are planted to Riesling. Spätlese (‘late harvest’) wines are riper than Kabinett wines, and are often splendid candidates for ageing – Lang’s 1992 is now in peak form. Try this gently sweet, citrus-and-honey-infused beauty. My note: It may be medium in the sweetness scale but it tastes dry and absolutely delicious! It’ll make your mouth water. Aromas of ripe limes, lemons, green apples and white peach. Light- to medium-bodied. 127100 10% M 750 mL  $18.95 Score: 90/100. August 1, 2009  Full Review