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94 Points, David Schildknecht, Vinous: "White peach, mirabelle, zesty lemon and earthy winter squash emanate from the glass, then contribute satisfying layering and interaction on a sappy, silken, glycerol-rich palate. Nutty piquancy and black tea smokiness add further complexity on a finish of nearly implacable grip combined with transparency to detail. This is a bit more austere and less mouthwatering than most of the Rebholz vintage 2017 dry Rieslings, but there is no mistaking its multifaceted, authoritative statement. " 3/19
97 Points, James Suckling: "At once ripe and generous at the front, yet austere and radical at the finish, this is a super-straight and mineral wine that needs some time to give its best. From biodynamically grown grapes. Respekt certified. Drink in 2019. " 9/18
95 Points, Anne Krebehl, Decanter: "Gravelly, sandy soil makes for subtle but concentrated citrus flavours in the Ganz Horn site. A coolness emanates from the glass as the nose is gentle and shows subtle hints of citrus. The mouthfeel is lacy, with zesty lemon and a grounded, dancing dryness pervaded by limpid acidity. This is slender and sinuous and hooks you with its citrus charm." 8/18