Fruity flavors on the nose. Flavor is typical of a Rheingau Riesling, with strong acidity and harmonic dryness. Pairs well with white meat, fish, and fresh vegetables.
Vintage report: Due to a very warm April, shoots of Riesling vines started on April 27th. Summer months followed with heat records of up to 40 °C (104°F). The result was partial sunburn damage to the pea-sized Riesling berries. Due to constant sunny weather, the harvest of Riesling grapes started on September 25 and continued until October 11. With good ripeness and balanced acidity we were able to bring a small but very good harvest to the cellar. Due to the weather, we were unfortunately unable to harvest any botrytis-infected grapes and therefore could not produce any noblesweet premium wines.