Light in body, with a fine backbone of taut acidity, this is a throwback to a time when spätleses were slightly drier than today. Delicate scents of crushed stone and pressed flowers are underscored by hints of green apple and lime. This would make a fine apéritif on its own, or could perhaps partner subtle seafood dishes.
Focused and pure, with delicate lime and green apple shadings that come together in a yin-yang of tart and sweet to represent the essence of the Mosel kabinett style. Crisp and refreshing, this is an easy-drinking wine that seems destined to be consumed over the next few years.
This is a thoroughly enjoyable sipper with moderate intensity, pretty tiger lily and baby’s breath scents and a finish that’s all apricot fruit, but with a faint mineral note. Drink now.