The acids and salinity feel a bit aggressive in this taut and almost unattractively lean effort. There’s some tight citrus fruit in there, and the finish is really bone dry. Perhaps a year or two of age will help this along, but that’s not certain.
Lively and expressive, with bright lime zest and minerals and some hints of candied peel. Bone dry and rather refined on the finish, with a chalky, phenolic character. So much energy here, an absolute joy to drink.
Earthy, spicy notes on the nose. A big, mouth-filling style of Riesling already showing a lot of expression. Spiced green apple, honey and lemon juice dominate on the palate. Showing well if not the most elegant of Geyerhof’s production.
Pretty nose, with some capsicum and cut apple aromas. The palate is fresh and lithe, sustained by lovely citrus acids and some lime fruit. Very elegant and poised, and great to see a Grüner that is a bit more reigned in that many in this region.
Rather unremitting style of Grüner that seems to lack acidity or primary fruit. A bit medicinal on the nose, with liquorice stick, hint of bruised apple. Not a whole lot of fun without acidity, and hard to see how this will age.