Vintage: 2017
AP. No.: 14-18
Soil: Devonian slate and diabase
Harvest Method: 100% hand-picked
Origin of Grapes: 100% estate grown
Vinification: 100% in neutral Fuder barrels
Style:    dry

Tasting Notes:

Aromatic apricots and white flowers open this dry “Ortswein” (village wine) from the historic hill castle town of Saarburg. Grown in stony grey slate soils, it delivers confident, fruity flavors with a stormy herbal edge and lingering grapefruit finish. A wine that both knows where she is going and possesses the inner drive and momentum to get there. Drinking beautifully now but will benefit from a few years in the bottle.

Serving Suggestions:

The laser focus of this confident Riesling favors fare with a gentler edge: try smoked trout, cured meats, or even a fresh herb-crusted chicken.


Alcohol:    10.5. % vol
Residual Sugar:    8.6 g/l
Total Acidity:        7.1 g/l

Awards and Accolades:

John Gilman : 91 points

Mosel Fine Wines: 90 points

James Suckling: 91 points