From the importer:
This is the first time I’ve ever seen this wine; very simply it is a product of the vintage, one of the best for Kabinett in a long time… as Florian said, making this wine wasn’t the plan, but there it was. Thus, from an estate where I normally have to allocate out paltry amounts of the Kupp Kabinett – this year I get to allocate out paltry amounts of this village-level Kabinett! Florian says it is a bit more nervous and linear than the Kupp bottling.
In 2020 this wine is fermented to classic fruity levels of Kabinett with 55g/l of RS with a jaw dropping nearly 10g of acidity and just 7.2% alcohol leading to a filligree and stunning wine.
Mosel Fine Wines, No. 57 July 2021:
The N°87 Ayler Kabinett 2020, as it is referred to in the central part of the label, was made from fruit picked at 80° Oechsle from fruit in the village class-hills of Ayl (Scheidterberg, Rauberg, and Sonnenberg) and was fermented down to fully fruity-styled levels of residual sugar (55 g/l). It offers a smoky and rather restrained nose of white flowers, herbs, anise, mint, and ground spices. The wine is surprisingly fruity (pear, peach, apple) and aromatic on the palate. This sweetness is however nicely wrapped into zesty notes in the finish of this lively expression of Kabinett.
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