In addition to the delectable range of Forst Grand crus, this is the third vintage for a Deidesheimer Grand cru from the Langenmorgen. Considering that they choose to price the wine at the same level as their best Forst Grand cru (the Jesuitengarten), that speaks volumes to me of the quality one can expect……I personally thought it was beyond evidently Grand cru caliber in its complete nature, offering fruit driven immediacy of pleasure, with wonderfully dynamic and focused complexity coming in layers, both aromatically and in the mouth. This is a no doubt Grand cru wine, and I asked for 6 magnums on the spot. A little * awarded here. 13% alcohol. Its only deficit is that people don’t know the Langenmorgen that well.
“Hard to resist this one! Tons of papaya and ripe citrus aromas pour from the glass of this well-structured, yet juicy Pfalz dry riesling. The longer it stands in the glass the more its juicy side dominates. Full, long finish. From organically grown grapes. Drink or hold.” 94 Stuart Piggott