Robert Parker's Wine Advocate: Set for release late this year, the 2006 Riesling trocken G-Max represents Keller’s top selection. from a parcel (varying from year to year) whose identity he chooses not to divulge. A striking melange of buddleia, rowan, sea spray, and citrus oil rises from the glass, and in the mouth this exhibits a combination of intensity with elegance, clarity, lift, and refinement that goes well beyond his other wines. A crystalline concentration of berries, citrus, pear, and purple plum, crusted in salt and chalk, barely tinged with fruit pit piquancy, and haloed by floral perfume leads to an impressively concentrated yet positively wafting finish.
Mosel Fine Wines: The 2006er G-Max is a quite mighty dry Riesling underpinned by ripe notes of ginger-driven spices, paprika, mango, pineapple, orange peel,candied grapefruit and bergamot as well as sage. The wine proves quite structured and intense, which gives it a powerful side on the palate. The zesty side in the finish is wrapped into quite some vigorous hot spices. This needs some food to buffer its presence, and is one of the very few G Max which is marked by the ripeness of its vintage. Now-2026
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