2013 Enkircher Ellergrub Auslese [01 14] (WSEI30213A)
Creamy, rich sweetnees from 100% botrytis, tempered by delightfully fresh, vibrant acidity and a fine mineral presence that keeps it on the straight and narrow.
2009 Enkircher Ellergrub Auslese (WSEI30209B)
2018 Trarbacher trocken [10 19] (WSEI50218A)
2017 Wolfer Sonnenlay Kabinett Trocken [08 18] (WSEI60217A)
Uncompromisingly dry, this playful light wine is full of vibrant citrus acidity, and salty slate flavours. It is cool and quite delicious.
2018 Steffensberg trocken [08 19] (WSEI68218A)
2018 Gaispfad trocken [07 19] (WSEI74218A)
There is ripe yellow fruit here, but the pronounced wet slate note keeps it lean; the vibrant lemony acidity throws all elements into pure relief and the finish is juicy, stony and long.
2017 Gaispfad Trocken [05 18] (WSEI74217A)
Never mind the winemaking style, which strives to bring out the minerality of the terroir: this has bags of peach and citrus fruit to balance the beautifully structured, elegant salty minerality, and a long juicy lemony finish.
2016 Gaispfad Trocken  (WSEI74216A)
Gaispfad – goat’s path – is an impossibly steep vineyard between Traben-Trarbach and Enkirch, featuring stony slate soil rich in iron oxide. The wine is dense, rich and mineral, with elegant stone fruit and a long, smooth finish. Drink 2019 - 2028
2018 Ellergrub 'Grosse Eule' trocken [06 19] (WSEI80218A)
On our first visit last year, the estate's signature dry wine was still fermenting, so Konstantin offered us the dregs of a bottle of 2016, open for six weeks in the fridge. We feared a tired oxidised wine, but...it was stupendous: beautifully balanced, expressive and long. We learned there that the wines are built to last, and benefit from decanting well in advance. The 2018 is no exception. It has a powerful backbone of salty wet slate, supported by brisk lemony acidity, pure ripe yellow fruit and a very long smooth finish.
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