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Our Notes: This is a big wine in a little bottle. More acidity and residual sugar than the Welschriesling TBA from the same vintage. Sometimes the noble rot can be the dominant flavor and obscure the varietal nature of the grape, but that is certainly not the case here. Weighty like a new world dry Chardonnay with the tartness and acid backbone of the old world. Caramelized apple, white peach, and a sweet smokiness coupled with zero oxidative notes and freshness. This will certainly age but drinks incredibly well right now. Pair with anything pungent and fatty.