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2005 Rauenthaler Nonnenberg Riesling, Georg Breuer – a Rheingau monopoly

As the Mas Daumas Gassac  from my previous post is a legend for the Languedoc, Georg Breuer estate equally is an icon for its own wine region, the Rheingau. The late Bernhard Breuer was a pioneer for the renaissance of dry Riesling in Germany and his wines often are cathedrals of minerality that can age for years without losing freshness while gaining in complexity.

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