Ziereisen Jaspis Syrah 2017
This top wine must be declared as originating from a trial, as well as a country wine, because Syrah is not legally accepted in Baden. How backward once you've had the wine in your glass! Aged over 21 months in 50% new and 50% used wood. The grapes are destemmed 100%. While the strait was still Saint Joseph, we come to the finer areas of jasper, I would not say Côte Rotie, although it reminds a little, but for a Côte Rotie the jasper is almost too fine, too polished. A nice mix of red and dark berries on the nose, currant, blackberry and cherry, black cherry, a touch of blueberry, so elegant, so silky-looking. Everything is swinging and floating, almost Pinot-like delicacy, ethereal. The mouth is sheer madness, but the madness in delicacy, yes it is Côte Rotie, it is red fruity, but in the tannins even more elegant than Côte Rotie, abundant, but much more silky, totally polished and polished. So long, so chic, so playful, there's nothing difficult about it. That is the infinite lightness of being. Many love the lush 2015, Hans Peter loves 2017. 2018 will be awesome in red wine Germany, but 2016 is just pure elegance, chic ecstasy, so stylish, so beautiful, I love that. Please give the wine 5 to 8 years. A dream of a German Côte Rotie.