The condition of the bottle was remarkable - the wine was fresh and crisp, like the day it was bottled. Bright with a tinge of green, no signs of TDN at all. Only the mellowed acidity gave any indication of age. Insane!
Despite all that, the wine itself was rather disappointing. Not really complex or deep, and finish was quite short. I guess it did come from a tough vintage. However, it had the classic Grunhaus lightness - drinking more like a kabi than spat. In conclusion, an easy fun drink that fell below expectations. — 3 days ago
Always a multi-day opera with this one:
Day 1: Luden’s cough drops, dill, coriander and pickling spices. Whiff of boiled weeds. And this is a fruit day. And the wine is clean as a whistle, tender and tempting. If you’re an Enderle fan, none of this sounds even remotely odd.
Day 2: Rancid strip mall Peking Duck, MSG straight out of the box, and cabbage boiled in a cheap aluminum pot. Wretched.
Day 3: The most tender, pure and clear cherry aromas and flavors, reminiscent of Tollot-Beaut or Cornu Chorey-les-Beaune of the 1980s. A long, palpable finish of immense, chalky minerals and vibrant acids. Extraordinary. — 6 days ago
A fine red from Baden, worked with the Cod dish. — 3 days ago
Super smooth. Lovely — 2 months ago
The best Müller yet. In the past these where funky geeky and at the edge of what ‘normal’ folks would tolerate. This one has fizz. Looks like a Rose. Very turbid. Fantastic super bright peach notes. Tart fresh pressed wild apples. Cinnamon on the back palate very unique. Stupid cheap for the tasting experience. — 2 months ago