Very delicate malty aroma of ripe black and red berries with nutty aromas, a touch of bread crust and a hint of juniper. Tart, clear fruit, slightly tobacco and nutty wood tones, fine sandy tannin, some acidity, a hint of salt in the background, ethereal notes, lasting, quite elegant, again a little bread crust, very good, a hint of drying finish with bite. In amazing condition: at the moment, everything really fits here.
Rather restrained, somewhat herbaceous, mushroomy and delicately bacony aroma of mixed berries with slightly nutty aromas and nuances reminiscent of figs. Tart fruit with spicy wood aromas, quite present, crumbly tannin, good persistence, pepper, marzipan and anise in the background, some warmth, salty and chalky notes in the good to very good, again somewhat nutty-woody and spicy finish.
Germany, or rather the area that is now part of it, has a wine culture that is over two thousand years old. But even before that, imported wine was drunk, as evidenced by a Greek clay wine bottle...