Riesling - Clos Hauserer 2014 - Zind-Humbrecht
Riesling - Clos Hauserer 2014 - Zind-Humbrecht

Riesling - Clos Hauserer 2019 - Zind-Humbrecht

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12,50 % vol - 75 cl
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Domains of Alsace

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Riesling - Clos Hauserer 2019 - Zind-Humbrecht


Please note: Bottles of Alsace wine do not fit into the wooden boxes sold separately.

Sweetness index - 1: technically dry wine or wine that tastes dry.


Bottling : February 2021

Acquired alcohol: 13.2°.

Residual sugar : 2 g/l

Total acidity : 4.6 g/l H2SO4 / (7.0 g/l Tartaric)

pH : 3.04

Yield : 53 hl/ha

Optimum tasting: 2024-2039+.

Average age of vines: Planted in 1973

Terroir : Oligocene limestone marl

Index: 1

Tasting notes :

2/2021: light golden colour. The nose reveals an immediate sensation of energy and vitality. Still slightly reductive just after bottling, it is distinguished by a mineral purity. I look forward to tasting this wine in 10 years or more! The palate is invigorating, lively, salivating and one can feel the limestone presence through a sapid texture. It is a dry and persistent wine, structured for ageing, but so pleasant today. An incredible wine!

Terroir :

Clos Häuserer is a small vineyard of 1.2 ha planted in 1973 with Riesling grapes. It is bordered at the top by the Hengst Grand Cru and the Häuserer road just below (the road of the houses in reference to an ancient Roman settlement not far away). It was then easy to appreciate the qualitative potential of this vineyard and its capacity to produce wines with great ageing potential. The Clos Häuserer lies on the same parent rock as the Hengst: a siliceous limestone marl from the Oligocene period, but with a much thicker top layer of soil (about 1 metre) which constitutes a slope colluvium (marl deposit). This vineyard benefits from a hot microclimate in summer, but the soil remains cool and the vines never suffer from drought. Like many wines produced on this geology, Clos Häuserer is slow to ferment. The 2019 was harvested at perfect ripeness and could finish completely dry.


Index: Level of sweetness on the palate. Scale from 1 to 5.

1: technically dry or tasting dry. 2: not technically dry, but the sugars are not obviously apparent on the palate. Some tasters may find a slight roundness on the finish. These wines will taste dry with some bottle age.3: medium sweetness, more prominent in the youth of the wine, which will gradually fade with age. 4 : Sweet wine. 5 : Sweet wine, very close to a Vendange Tardive


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