Originally Posted by b1os
The Fritz Haag was quite good. Fruity and crisp acidity. Not sure yet how minerality really plays out, but there may be some noticeable minerality in it.
Also had a glass of Jakob Kühn's Riesling. More fruit and less acidity then Fritz Haag's. Good, too.
"A glass of" as in "poured by the glass" in a restaurant? My first encounter with PJ Kühn's wines has been by the glass and after that I had not had the need to try any of his products for a longer time. Turned out I had tried his lowest wine and all the others were so much better... Now, I love some of his stuff (Amphore, Lenchen).
I picked up half a case of 2009 Coulée de Sérrant the other day, planning to drink it in its various stages of age. Also, a surprise find: 1975 Chateau d'Armailhac (called "Chateau Mouton-Baronne Philippe de Rothschild" by that time). Will see how it held up after my exams (two weeks).