You can always tell a good riesling from its velocity and shape in the mouth; an almost tubular, porcelain tunnel of limey fruit propelling itself across the palate. The fruit here is crystalline and pure, all juicy lemon and lime, etched against a framework of quartz-like acidity. Wafts and orange blossom lift it up, a touch of marzipan and crushed stone flit by, before the wine gathers pace and speeds, bone dry, towards its limey, mineral-laden finish. Such a delight to drink now, but a wine that will cellar wonderfully.
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