Riesling GG – Great growth with a dry taste profile.

The “Volz” was a single layer until 1971, which now forms part of the Wiltinger Braunfels. In the Prussian classification of vine locations in 1868, this vineyard, bordering the Scharzhofberg, was classified as a Grand Cru, in the privileged location class. The 60-year-old vines of this glorious slate slope create an exciting firework display of mineral expressiveness and the finest fruity elegance.

The crazy low yield of only a handful of perfectly ripe grapes per vine produces an extraordinarily clearly contoured and enormously expressive Grand Cru of impressive precision.

Below you will find the Expert opinions on the vintages available.

Reviews

94

Extremely closed-in scent, herbal hints, balsamic, moist rock. Silky palate, extremely fine phenolic, hauntingly tactile-mineral, subtle but firm acid thread, juiciness and mineral extract are still tightly concentrated.
Fallstaff, Wineguide Deutschland , 2020

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