From a blend of Riesling, Pinot Gris, and Muscat grown on gravel. It comes across as bright, charming, and balanced, finishing crisp and dry.
D’Agata nailed the review here. From the gravel dominant soils just behind the winery, fresh floral and mineral driven aromas and flavors have terrific freshness and verve. 12.5% alcohol. This one got a little star in the tasting notes for its supreme sense of purity and balance.
“Pale straw-yellow. Jasmine and lemon verbena accent white stone fruits on the nose and in the mouth. Lovely floral nuances repeat on the aftertaste of this very Mosel-like wine. Boasts sneaky concentration and structure (the soils are essentially gravel with a little clay) but comes across as very light and lively. Outstanding stuff.” 92 points Ian d’Agata of Vinous