Domäne Serrig Riesling trocken 2020 Vogelsang Große Lage

100 R. Parker Wine Advocate, 97 James Suckling
199,00 €
265,33 € pro 1 l
inkl. 19% USt. , zzgl. Versand (Standard)
  • Lieferstatus: auf Lager
  • Lieferzeit: 2 - 5 Werktage (DE - Ausland abweichend)
0,75 l
Beschreibung

Notizen des Weinguts:
Engage in the vibrant dance between expressive flint and delicate white fruit nuances. The palate reveals a finely structured body, both taut and commanding. Its unique minerality, reminiscent of sea salt, shines through. Concluding with a pristine finish, the wine lingers, asserting its near-endless persistence.

- 100 Punkte Parkers WINE ADVOCATE, S. Reinhardt: „The 2020 Vogelsang Grosse Lage is pure, deep and intense on the spectacularly fine, mineral and absolutely unique nose that reveals concentrated but elegant and spicy-mineral fruit with a coolish and herbal terroir expression. A show-stopping nose! On the palate, this is a medium to full-bodied, dense, rich and intense but also refined and vibrantly fresh Saar Riesling with a tight structure and a spectacularly long, refined and saline finish that reveals a serious tannin structure. The wine reveals great astringency on the finish that indicates tremendous aging potential, the more so since the balance and classicism of this Serrig Riesling is based on about 12 grams of residual sugar. This is a wine made for decades and a new benchmark for dry-tasting Saar Rieslings. 12% stated alcohol. Natural cork. Tasted in September 2023. 2024-2070“

Even though they have been produced since 2017, the 2020 Rieslings from the steep Vogelsang site in Serrig (Saar) are the first that Markus Molitor has brought to market under the name "Ehemalige Domäne Serrig." The former Prussian state domaine, built in 1904 as a model domaine at the time of Emperor Wilhelm II—i.e., 20 years before the Domäne Assmannshausen in the Rheingau, which specializes in Pinot Noir—had its heyday until World War II (including the 1921 Trockenbeerenauslese) but went to the dogs after the war. The privatization at the end of the 1980s did nothing to change this. Only since Markus Molitor acquired the domaine at the end of 2016 is something happening here that must be taken very seriously. The building is still in the process of being completely restored and modernized, as is the contiguous vineyard area, including no less than 25 hectares of Riesling, which are marketed under the historic single-vineyard name Vogelsang. This is a monopole, which has just emerged from Vogelsang and Heiligenborn. It is a 40% to 100% steep, south- and southwest-sloping site on reddish colored slate that rises from 220 to 340 meters above sea level. Only five hectares of old stock Molitor found worth preserving, the remaining 20 hectares he has replanted since 2017 with high-quality genetics (different massal selections). The two 2020s—Kabinett and Grosse Lage (Grand Cru), which were handpicked, pressed on the basket press, fermented spontaneously and aged in large wooden barrels—are of terrific quality and style, suggesting that wines will continue to be made here that can rival those of Egon Müller in quality, the previous untouchable icon not only of the Saar but of all Germany.

Kabinett (feinherb style) and Grosse Lage (dry or off-dry) are always produced at Molitor's Domäne Serrig; predicates such as Auslese or even Trockenbeerenauslesen are produced only when the vintage allows it and the very highest qualities are achieved. The next vintage after the 2020s, which are about to be released, will be the 2021s (probably in the fall of 2024), while the 2017 to 2019 vintages produced up to that point (including no Kabinett, by the way) will be marketed at a later, as yet unknown date. With two wines from one site and one vintage, the international market has something to swallow for now anyway. It can be seen as a kind of training program, because there is still a lot to come in the next few years. It is probably not exaggerated to assume that here in the cool Saar, a completely renewed German Riesling flagship is just setting course.

- 97 Punkte, James Suckling: „Super-cool and youthful for the hot and dry 2020 vintage, with a wide spectrum of aromas from damp moss to pink grapefruit plus notes of fresh thyme and white flowers. Staggering vibrancy on the medium-bodied palate that’s very focused, the concentration of wet stone minerality and lime character climbing precipitously at the very long, tensile finish. Drink or hold.“

James Suckling: 97 JS
Produkt: Weisswein
Parker Wine Advocate: 100 RPWA
Inhalt: 0,75 l
Klassifzierung: Große Lage
Jahrgang: 2020
Land: Deutschland
Rebsorte(n): Riesling
Region: MoselSaar
Inhalt: 0,75 l
% vol Alk: 12,0
Notizen des Weinguts: DOMÄNE SERRIG – A PRIVATE ESTATE Historically a Prussian state vineyard, nestled in Serrig, Saar GROSSE LAGE – DRY Harvesting: Hand-Harvest in mid-October, ensuring that only 100% healthy grapes were selected. Processing: Grapes were gently pressed and underwent several hours of maceration. Fermentation: Slow and cool spontaneous fermentation. Aging: Matured on the lees inside 3000l Stockinger wooden barrels for a span of 10 months, followed by an additional two years of bottle aging. LOCATION Size: approximately 25 ha, exclusively owned (monopole). Topography: Situated on steep slate slopes facing south-southwest, with inclines reaching up to 105%. Climate: The region’s cool microclimate allows for an exceptionally prolonged ripening period, yielding wines with a moderate alcohol content.
Potenziell allergene Substanzen: Enthält Sulfite. Kann Spuren von Eiweiß, Gelatine und Milch enthalten.
Warnungen: Der Konsum von alkoholhaltigen Getränken während der Schwangerschaft kann selbst in geringen Mengen schwere Konsequenzen für die Gesundheit des Kindes nach sich ziehen.
Hersteller: Ehem. Domäne Serrig, Inhaber Markus Molitor, Domäne 1, D-54455 Serrig, +49 (6532) 954000. www.domserrig.com
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