Thomas Leithner Schenkenbichl 2003 Reisling - Printable Version

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- feelgood221 - 01-05-2005 06:32 AM

Could anyone give me any info on a Thomas Leithner Schenkenbichl 2003 Reisling? I'm new to this site and any insight, experience, info would be appreciated. Thanks!

- wondersofwine - 01-05-2005 01:40 PM

Apparently an Austrian wine? I don't have much knowledge of Austrian producers. Perhaps someone else will come forward.
The spelling is Riesling with the "i" before the "e."

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- Kcwhippet - 01-05-2005 02:26 PM

Here's what his website says about the wine. Can't tell you much more, since I can't find anything locally and I've never had it.

"Scents of exotic fruit like mangos and bananas and very ripe and juicy apricots in the nose and on the palate; continuous structure, young and youthful taste despite mature texture, transparent and brilliant fruit; gooseberries, pomegranate and quinces in the finish; fresh, spicy and animating; very accessible and easily understandable wine with a beautiful and clear style"