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原產地Country of origin：
Enkirch Grand Cru, Mosel, Germany
2017年Immich-Batterieberg酒莊專用的Enkircher Batterieberg Riesling擁有如Condrieu地區的超清晰、精緻、優雅、結晶和深沉。氣味非常芳香、濃烈、無縫和有紋理！口感高貴典雅、青蔥圓潤、單寧細膩、礦物式鮮味及鬆脆鹹味。這款美麗的riesling，沒有發酵至全乾，停留在每升10.7克殘糖中。盡管莊主Gernot Kollmann希望此酒能夠發酵至全乾，但一如既往地並沒有強迫它。 然而，此酒成熟美麗、豐富平衡，多年來融合了迷人的甜味。 殘糖沒有帶走任何對風土的精確表達，並將幫助葡萄酒在至少十年內美麗地陳化。非常推薦這款美酒。
From 80-year-old, ungrafted vines on gray slate with quartzite soils in the upper terraces of the cru, the 2017 Enkircher Batterieberg (Monopole by Immich-Batterieberg) Riesling offers a super clear, fine, elegant, crystalline and deep bouquet with the open heart of a Condrieu. The nose is fabulously aromatic, intense, seamless and textured! Lush and round on the highly refined and elegant palate, the wine offers very fine tannins, lingering mineral freshness and crunchy salinity. This is a beautiful Riesling that did not ferment fully dry, stopping at 10.7 grams per liter of residual sugar. Gernot Kollmann wishes the wine would have fermented to fully dry, but as always, he didn't force it. However, the wine is beautifully ripe, lush and also balanced and will integrate its charming sweetness over the years. The sugar doesn't take anything away from the precision and terroir expression and will help the wine to age beautifully over at least a decade. I very much recommend this beauty.
The 2018 Enkircher Batterieberg Riesling is very clear, ripe and intense on the concentrated nose but also elegant and provided with spicy slate aromas. The 80-year-old, ungrafted vines on gray slate soils with quartzite elements in the upper terraces of the cru give a crystalline, finessed and elegant but also powerful and intense Riesling of great complexity and length. The finish is very long and fruity and highly promising. However, with 11 grams per liter of residual sugar, this is not the normal Immich style, since the wine, like the 2017, did not ferment to fully dry.