Diwald’s Goldberg has a scintillating interplay between racy acids and tangy berry fruit – think gooseberry, citrus, even whitecurrant. On the nose, it is still a little closed, with a bit of white peach and pear slice.
The girth of this wine may be slight, but don’t be fooled. It’s packed with complexity, and even shows a whisp of sweetness on the finish. The texture is rounded and chalky.
Well worth cellaring for 1-2 years when I’m sure it will flesh out a bit and gain in depth.