Not very aromatic, but a little bit of laurel and broom linger on the nose. A little bit of palate weight here, compared with the straight Riesling trocken – there is the faintest hint of white-peach curve on these bones, although the Laible lancet is still at work, giving a piercing crystalline structure to the stone fruit. Steely minerality vibrating like the strings of an electric guitar. (Written by Tamlyn Currin – JancisRobinson.com)
Wine with a baroque appearance. Exotic aromas reminding of passion fruit and pineapple complimented by accents of citrus and a peasant touch of lychee, multi- faceted on the palate, very jouncy and animating in taste, ambitious and charming at ones. Complex, pleasant tenderness.
Alcohol: 12,5% vol.
Res. sugar: 5,5 g/l
Acidity: 7,3 g/l