“From cask, this leads with penetratingly high-toned suggestions of white peach and pear in both fresh and distilled forms, paired with pronounced pit and seed piquancy. The palate impression is correspondingly juicy yet concentrated almost to the point of bitterness. The sense of extract-richness comes off almost as thickness, yet without heaviness, and allied to a flatteringly silken texture. The finish practically detonates with mouth-shaking energy, accompanied by a refreshment and exhilaration that keep the wine’s glowing piquancy and palpable chalkiness from turning austere.” 93-94 David Schildknecht for the 2016, NOT THE 2017 OFFERED HERE.
2017 Bürklin-Wolf Wachenheimer Böhlig Riesling Premier cru