From the Felsengartenkellerei Co-op, this Wurttemberg Riesling streams ginger ale, tangerine, green apple, on a lean palate, one textured with earthy orange and pithy acidity. More severe and angular with broken stones, this has a gentle roundness on the palate, but finishes dry with a flush of warmth.
A solid-value Riesling with a profile of bergamot, lime, peach, grapefruit, white flower and mineral. Light-bodied yet lengthy, with crisp acidity and a touch of sweetness rounding out the edges.
Perfumed tropical flowers with ripe, honeyed stone fruit on the nose, transition seamlessly to a melange of ripe peach and apricot with balancing acidity and grippy mineral in the mouth. A fine, polished Viognier.
From a very windy site at the top of the hill, the grapes for this wine come in with thick, wind-toughened, highly phenolic skins. Cracked stone, lees and pear opens this 1er cru. A bitter herbal pear skin draws fluidly through the round, fresh palate, carrying fennel, lemon verbena and meadow grass. Pear skin bitterness and spiced stoniness on the lengthy finish. Quite a complete, interested and textured wine; drinking well now, or hold for 5+ years.