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Anselmann Edesheimer Rosengarten Siegerrebe Spätlese 2016 Wine Review

Anselmann Edesheimer Rosengarten Siegerrebe Spätlese 2016

Anselmann Edesheimer Rosengarten Siegerrebe Spätlese 2016

Pfalz Prädikatswein, Germany

Community Score:92/100

Community Reviews: 3

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Price: $16.95

Drink: 2018-2022

Bottle size: 750 ml

Alcohol: 8.5%

Sweetness: Sweet

Wine Type: Dessert Wine


Winery: Anselmann

Agent: B. Cojocaru Agencies Inc.

Natalie's Score: 91/100

The German grape Siegerrebe offers a lot of fruit, flower and sweet spice aromas and flavours. This is a light-bodied wine that's big on flavour with balanced acidity, fresh and crisp enough for fruit flans and cobblers. Liquid gorgeous with clementine zest and lovely apricot sunshine. Sweet but not cloying: still fresh for fruit flans and cobblers due to lovely balancing acidity.

Siegerrebe Spätlese food pairings: fruit, fruit flan, apple cobbler, green salad with mango and strawberries.

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This Anselmann Edesheimer Rosengarten Siegerrebe Spätlese 2016 was reviewed on March 17, 2018 by Natalie MacLean

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Jane Staples - Certified Sommelier rated this wine as 93/100 with the following review:

A beautiful expression of late-harvest Siegerrebe varietal. Aromatic with fragrant white tree fruit, rose petal and crushed macademia nuts. Satiny palate celebrates bright tree fruit with touch of orange. Serve chilled. 8-10 C. Versatile in food pairings, with blue cheese or alternately with apple crisp or mango salad.
Tasted March 2018
Great balance of sweetness to acidity on this Siegerrebe Spätlese Prädikatswein from the Pfalz wine region in Germany. Great price as well. Anselmann Edesheimer Rosengarten 2016 has soft orange, citrus and ripe stonefruit flavours on the palate. The Siegerrebe wine grape is a cross between the Gewürztraminer and Madeleine Angevine wine grapes. Beautifully floral on the nose, the Spätlese designation means these grapes were harvested late in the season and are completely ripe, also giving the wine ripe stonefruit and tropical fruit aromas. - Community Wine Reviews

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