Pale golden-tinged straw. Bright citrus, chamomile and apple aromas are complemented by strokes of quince and caramel. Round and layered, with sneaky concentration to flavors similar to the aromas. Finishes long and juicy with hints of lime and noteworthy salinity. A blend of 66% Riesling and 33% Sylvaner and a touch of Muscat varieties; the latter grapes come from a single parcel of vines in Pfaffenheim, while the former come from plots located in Pfaffenheim and nearby townships. The bottle’s back label reads 1 on the 1-to-4 sweetness scale (where 1 is driest and 4 is sweetest); this very good wine does taste classically dry to me.