Etienne Loew, this young wine-maker in Westhoffen continues to impress with a homogeneous range of wines on an extraordinary high level. Regardless of grape variety or type of terroir, Etienne Loew manages to convey personality into every wine he makes.
2004 Riesling Bruderbach glows in deep greenish gold. The aroma offers yellow apples, pears, figs and a whiff of arrack.The taste is fruity with melon, mature apples and red grapefruit, a full mid-palate, great balance and superb acids. The finish reveals undeveloped minerality. Price: € 8.20.
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