91 points. White peach, mirabelle and lime inform an enticing nose and silken palate, and hints of cocoa powder and coffee add a sense of roasted richness. Yet, for all that, the lusciously long finish remains refreshingly juicy and remarkably transparent to stony and smoky nuances. Given its soft overall impression, I suspect this will not be one of those Heymann-Löwenstein bottlings worth holding for a decade or more. As is the case with other wines in the present collection, 13% alcohol does not engender any heat or heaviness; on the contrary, there is even some sense of buoyancy. It’s striking how different this wine from crumbly red slate is from the corresponding Stolzenberg, grown cheek-by-jowl but on unusually compact blue slate. David Schildknecht, Vinous Media January 2018.
90 points! This offers a beautifully aromatic nose of fresh herbs, fine spices and smoke. The wine proves nicely balanced and elegant, with a great creamy feel of herbs and fine spices coming through on the palate. The finish is beautifully long and elegant, with nice presence and elegance in the delicately full-bodied finish. 2019-2028. Jean Fisch & David Rayer, Mosel Fine Wines October 2017
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