High-toned acidity lends raciness to this otherwise fleshy dry Riesling. Like many of the producer's 2015 dry wines, it's rich and densely structured, but the profile suggests crisper tones of lime, lemon and tangerine rather than stone fruit. The finish is a touch warm, but it's an undeniably attractive, powerful wine.
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