The Wine: More tropical and less citric on the nose, a running theme with this vineyard I'm finding. Lifted blossom florals and fine slatey minerals. The palate is juicy and has a kind of swishy flowing sensation that feels decadent. There's tons of drive and length, but a fine textural element that stops the wine from feeling too slippery.
The Review: Anne Krebiehl MW, Vinous - 95pts “Smoke, lime zest, the ripest Mirabelle, and a highlight of chervil play on the nose of the 2021 Riesling Wehlener Sonnenuhr Spätlese. More air brings wonderfully ripe notions of lemon zest, not quite candied but delightfully ripe. The palate is rounded, concentrated, profound and full of golden yet citrus-edged fruit. Slightly richer than the other Spätlesen but beautifully long with alluring ripe lemon and lime freshness. Weightless substance. Wonderful.”