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2018 Auxerrois [06 19] (DENG06218A)
There are ripe melon and pear notes in this smooth, pleasant and fruity wine, given definition by a firm rich middle and a long fine finish with a hint of salty minerality.
2017 Auxerrois [06 18] (DENG06217A)
Bright and crisp, with a creamy roundness and a discreet mineral backbone thanks to a short maceration on the skins before fermentation.
2018 Riesling [02 19] (DENG12218A)
Floral notes and ripe yellow fruit are underpinned by a fresh green note, and there is some spice on the long grapefruit-pith finish.
2017 Riesling [04 18] (DENG12217A)
A first hit of ripe yellow fruit is followed by greener flavours courtesy of some whole-bunch pressing; the acidity is brisk and integrated and there is a lovely fresh finish. A textbook example of Pfalz Riesling.
2018 Muskateller trocken [09 19] (DENG18218A)
An unbelievably aromatic wine this year: the floral and fruit notes on the nose are so perfumed that you expect the wine to be sweet. Instead it is clean, grapey and completely dry, a delicious summer quaffer and, incidentally, very good with asparagus and olive oil.
2017 Muskateller Trocken [07 18] (DENG18217A)
Light, summery and aromatic, this is packed with floral and lychee and lime flavours, has a fresh zingy finish.
2018 Maikammer Heiligenberg Riesling trocken [11 19] (DENG24218A)
A little bit of pre-fermentation maceration gives structure to this delicately floral, yellow-fruited wine, which is fine and long, ending on a salty spicy note.
2016 Gewürztraminer Spätlese (DENG30216A)
2018 Im Obern Weinspar [12 19] (DENG32218A)
From fifty-year-old vines in limestone-gravel soil. There is always a breeze here, particularly welcome in a hot summer, not only for the vineyard workers but also to keep the wine fresh! This has cool, aromatics, with a green note underpinning the yellow fruit, and there a is lively citrus zing lasting to the delicately salty finish.
2017 Im Obern Weinspar (DENG32217A)
From fifty-year-old vines in limestone-gravel soil. This is juicy and pithy, with grapefruit, tropical and vibrant lemony notes, a chalky mineral backbone and a long fresh finish.
2016 Im Obern Weinspar [20 17] (DENG32216A)
From fifty-year-old vines in limestone-gravel soil. It is warm, rich and ripe, with clear, sweet yellow fruit and excellent density and elegance; it finishes on a pure mineral note. Very appealing. Drink 2017 - 2024
2018 Am Heiligen Berg [14 19] (DENG34218A)
From heavier soils with more clay in the limestone-gravel mix. This is a powerful wine, with intense pithy grapefruit and ripe pear and apple fruit framed by delicate floral notes, finishing smoothly on a long rich bitter stony note.
2017 Am Heiligen Berg (DENG34217A)
From heavier soils with more clay in the limestone-gravel mix. This is a taut, pure and very fine wine, with dense fruit that will take time to emerge, juicy lemony acidity and a long smooth finish with a salty edge.
2016 Am Heiligen Berg [18 17] (DENG34216A)
From heavier soils with more clay in the limestone-gravel mix. This is opulent, smooth and powerful, but a considerable whack of acidity keeps it beautifully balanced. The finish is elegant and long, with a hint of mineral depth, which will become more apparent with age. Drink 2017 - 2024
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