The scents of dried apricot and honey are made even more captivating by intriguing hints of musky spice. This is viscous, luscious and complex, with bergamot notes that lend another exotic element. Long and mouthwatering on the finish.
With its superripe aromas of honey, melon and spice, this is a mouthfilling, sweet wine. It’s round, without any sharp edges, yet maintains German Riesling’s unique minerality and cut on the long, mouthwatering finish. Drink now–2020.
Crushed pineapple, dried apricots and fresh hay scents all mingle on the nose of this creamy-textured auslese. Flavors follow a similar path, ending elegantly. It doesn’t have the racy balance of a Mosel wine, but instead has a smooth harmony and richness. Imported by Magellan Wine Imports.
The ‘goldkap,’ or ‘gold capsule,’ in this wine’s designation indicates a riper cuvée than the producer’s ordinary spätlese. As expected, the fruit is exuberant and lush with hints of tinned apricots and peach jam. An underlying note of lemon zest enlivens the palate and carries over to the long, flowery finish. There’s lots of sweetness here; consider serving on…
Despite this wine’s considerable sweetness, it features a balanced blend of minerality and fruit. Pear and slate notes mark the nose and palate, finishing soft and round. An easy-drinking kabinett for near-term consumption.
This is pretty sweet for a spätlese but finishes clean and refreshing, thanks to some zippy acids. Aromas of paraffin, wet stones and citrus lead the way, followed up by flavors vaguely reminiscent of lime sherbet.
Concentrated and balanced, with high residual sugar and lip-smacking acidity propping up elegant white flower notes. The long, clean, finish shows pretty green apple inflections. Drink now or cellar two to three years.