In 2012, the grapes were quite healthy and sugar development was slow – the result is a completely dry, nicely floral, delicate Gewurztraminer that is already showing good drinkability. Indice 1
Wine Spectator 91 points - Dry and focused, this mineral-driven version offers lots of ground white pepper and ginger notes, with an open-knit mesh of crunchy apricot, lychee, grapefruit zest and melon rind. Drink now through 2020.—A.N. (Sep 4 2013)
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(WS90) Dry and tangy, this linear, light- to medium-bodied white offers a well-knit and accessible mix of mandarin orange, pink grapefruit, stone, basil and fresh ginger flavors. Mouthwatering finish. Drink now through 2023.
Most of the fruit for this wine was harvested from Herrenweg, a vineyard located on the valley floor. The vines are 33 years old on average and were planted on gravelly soils of marl and limestone.