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    Enkircher Steffensberg - Riesling

    Type of wine
    type of wineWit
    Grape variety
    Eikenhout foudre 500L+
    Kneuzen, schilweking, persen, vergisting op eikenhout met het natuurlijke gist

    Riesling | 60+ jaar oude stokken, ungrafted | de meest steile cru van Immich | zuidelijk geëxposeerde wijngaard | rode leisteen | vergist en gerijpt voor 9 maanden met de fijne lie op oude eikenhout vaten | rijp fruit | wilde kruiden | specerijen | bloesem | stenig | prachtige zuren | gul én verfijnd | grip | groots

    Immich Batterieberg

    De man achter de wijnen van Immich-Batterieberg is Gernot Kollman. Na stages bij Dr.Loosen, van Volxem en 4 jaar bij Weingut Knebel, besloot hij in 2009 het toen failliete wijngoed Immich Batterieberg te kopen om daar zijn eigen wijn te produceren. Gernot staat bekend om zijn fraaie beendroge stijl Riesling die hij spontaan vergist op eikenhouten voeders in de Mosel. Minder restzoet, maar een spatzuivere, energieke levendige wijn met een betere expressie van de wijngaard. Een Riesling met enorme klasse!


    The 2020 Enkircher Steffensberg Riesling displays an intense golden-yellow color and opens with a deep and intense yet fine, pure and elegant, precise and spicy bouquet of perfectly ripe fruit aromas intertwined with weathered slate and cigar notes. Rich and round on the very elegant and beautifully balanced palate, this is a generous but delicate and filigreed Steffensberg with warm, ripe and generous fruit and ripe, very delicate and even charming acidity. The 2020 shows fine tannin grip that structures this almost-baroque Riesling and makes it a first-class gastronomic wine even at this young age. This wine was sulfured for the one and only time four weeks ago and bottled on October 11. 12.5% stated alcohol. Natural cork. Tasted at the domain on November 1, 2021. 93/100 Stephan Reinhardt

    "2020 was a very nice vintage for us," says general manager Gernot Kollmann. "We got a lot and good grape material for CAI and Detonation and also considerably more concentrated grapes than initially thought. The alcohol yield was also higher than thought during the measurements. Even though it is clearly lower than 2018 and 2019, in the end it was only 0.3% less alcohol than last year." The 2020s Zeppwingert, Batterieberg and Ellergrub are three world-class Rieslings, even if not fermented to fully dry. There are still two reserve wines in the cellar, one from the Batterieberg, the other from the Ellergrub. Those two reserve Rieslings will not be released until "sometime in 2022."