James Suckling 94 Punkte: It’s no wonder that this has the ripeness and depth of a top, single-vineyard wine, considering that it comes mostly from the Morstein, plus some Brünnenhäuschen. Powerful but subtle with a ton of herbal and chalky character at the very long, clean finish. From biodynamically grown grapes. Respekt certified.
Wine Spectator 92 Punkte: Flavors of currant and white raspberry mingle with spice components on the palate, and there is plenty of complexity from the soil and herbal details in this intense and focused Riesling. All the elements are harmonious and appealing from start to finish. Drink now through 2026. 850 cases made. —Aleks Zecevic
Galloni 91 Punkte: Issuing as usual from Morstein and to a lesser extent Brunnenhäuschen, this leads with a pungent nose featuring grapefruit peel, strongly pit-inflected white peach and an oily-smoky note faintly reminiscent of Chablis or Pouilly-Fumé. The palate impression is correspondingly zesty and piquant, yet underlain by a flattering sense of silkiness. There is a sense of extract-richness (whether or not literally borne out in grams of dry extract) which extends to the pithy sense of intensity that characterizes the wine’s gripping, palpably chalk-infused finish. Happily, an abundance of lime, pear and white peach juiciness keeps that finish from turning austere.
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