By David Forer In Notes on some recent wines While only some of the grapes in this wine are from the iconic Scharzhofberg vineyard (technical data are very limited on the web site), this wine still shows the linear searing acid of the Saar, especially when compared to it's neighbors in the Mosel proper. A good wine showing nice balance of fairly low RS (20g/l? Tough without a tech sheet!) with good Saar acidity. Mid-palate structure is a little limited, but there is a good stoney, almost chalky minerality over the moderate length finish. Not a wine worthy of aging 10+ years in my opinion, but there could be some improvement in the cellar, but likely not past another 5-6 years. I'd rather drink this while young and fresh while the structure holds. 88 points.