ScottHarveyWines


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North316 wrote:Ok so I took one for the team.


For those looking for a comparison to the Jana Angel Eis, they are very similar in their basic flavor profiles. I would put this more in the honey apricot range with a slightly more viscous mouthfeel, where as the Angel Eis shows slight more of a cleaner crisp floral spectrum of the rieslings. Both are very good wines that I would recommend to anyone.



Thnaks for the good comments.The Angel Eis did not have any botrytis, so the wine is more as you described with a cleaner crisper varietal Riesling tone.

North316


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ScottHarveyWines wrote:Thnaks for the good comments.The Angel Eis did not have any botrytis, so the wine is more as you described with a cleaner crisper varietal Riesling tone.



Any hopefully it's on the wine list of the Wooster dinner again this year, can't wait to have some, unless of course you want to serve your forte instead!

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