The wine shows the perfect interplay between maturity and minerality, fruit and acidity, as well as density and elegance. As is typical for the area, the scent is characterized on the one hand by the soil with its distinctive mineral aromas - smoke, pepper, flint, hay, tea, herbs, and on the other hand by the Riesling grape variety citrus, apple, peach and apricot aromas. This double game is also repeated in terms of taste: the grape variety contributes the fruity and the soil the herbal-spicy, mineral taste. Like all Rebholz wines, the wine has great storage potential.
100 Points - GAULT MILLAU