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Bassermann-Jordan Deidesheimer Kieselberg Spatlese 2001

Riesling from Germany
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    Winemaker Notes

    A delicious Spätlese. Concentrated flavors of peach, pear and mineral are woven into the dense texture, accompanied by a firm structure.

    This Spätlese wine derives from one of the best vineyard sites from Deidesheim, the Kieselberg vineyard.

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    Bassermann-Jordan, Germany
    In 1718 the Jordan family emigrated from Savoy to the Palatinate. Andreas Jordan (1775-1848) established a quality wine estate and thereby laid the foundation stone for the reputation of the estate, which was exclusively under Riesling until 1996. In his footsteps came a long series of respected men: Ludwig Andreas Jordan (1811-1883), Representative of the Frankfurt Parliament and the Federal Parliament; Dr. Ludwig Bassermann-Jordan (1869 - 1914), who greatly influenced the first German wine regulations and who co-founded the Association of Natural Wine Producers (later VDP); Dr. Friedrich von Bassermann-Jordan (1872 - 1959) author of one of the most fundamental works on the history of wine; finally Dr. Ludwig von Bassermann-Jordan (1924-1995), who secured a firm position at the pinnacle of the international wine market for the Bassermann-Jordan wines. His daughter Gabriele and his wife Margrit von Bassermann-Jordan manage the estate today.
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    Recognized as a top quality grape here since the Middle Ages, Germany retains its high reputation as a premier source of the finest Riesling. Heavily planted throughout the Rheingau and Mosel, Riesling responds splendidly to these regions’ extreme climatic and topographic challenges. Cold-hardy enough to survive freezing winters, and sturdy enough to withstand the warm sun, Riesling has enough natural acidity to maintain balance, even in wines with the highest levels of residual sugar. While high quality is possible in all points of the sweet to dry spectrum, Riesling typically produces wine with relatively low alcohol, high acidity, steely minerality, stone fruit, citrus, spice and floral notes. With age, Riesling can become truly revelatory, developing unique, complex aromatics, often with a hint of petrol.

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    YNG306228_2001 Item# 73302