Mosel Fine Wines: The 2012er G-Max has always proved to be a great charmer since the start and never really closed down. The wine literally burst out of the glass and fills the room with exquisite and gloriously perfumed scents of orange blossom, coconut, bergamot and vineyard peach. The wine initially appears slightly sweet and ripe on that palate as the density and creamy feeling make for a quite rich experience. However make no mistake, there is a lot of finesse at play here as the wine unfolds its full potential in the very long, spicy and candied grapefruit-infused finish. A touch of power in the after-taste adds depth and length. While this wine seems already quite expressive and hence ready to enjoy on the nose, its palate is still in need of integration, and we do not expect this G-Max to peak before quite a few years. 2022-2037
Vinous: Vibrant, inviting aromas of passion fruit, lemon oil and pine nuts. The dense nectarine fruit and bright acid structure are both thought-provokingly deep and charmingly light. With an almost ethereal density and an intriguingly complex finish, this is my call for the finest dry riesling of the vintage--the same honor bestowed on the 2003 in our ten-years-after tasting and a tribute to its ageworthiness.
|Abfüller:||Klaus Peter Keller, Bahnhofstraße 1, 67592 Floersheim-Dalsheim, Deutschland|