Very Germanic, tight and played straight down the line. Slightly subdued lime fruit, peerless acidity and freshness. A typical Malat style, certainly showcasing the mineral expression of the soil, and finishing with considerable refinement
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.
Hints of ginger and green apple on the nose, which feels ever so slightly stale. This is a high ripeness level, the acidity and salinity are activated and help to preserve some balance, but somehow this feels like its flagging a bit.
Not the most expressive in terms of fruit, but there is a pretty herbal mid-palate and longish finish. Bone dry, and certainly with potential to improve. Very fine seam of citrus fruit, which keeps the wine alive, but lacks the tension of some of the best examples.