With some of the steepest slopes of the Nahe (40–70%), it’s little wonder that the Klamm shows a stonier side than the more approachable Leistenberg. Refined aromas of citrus and meadow flowers with delicate herbal notions are underscored with a classic stony spice. Youthful indecision reveals billy-goat leaps between fruit, stone and spice and back, without ever losing its balance. Mineral momentum and picture-perfect in a year like 2021. This is Kabinett as only Germany, as only the Nahe, can do. This one is truly only getting started.
18.5 points. Paula Sidore, jancisrobinson.com
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