Nice mix of citrus and stone fruit, some green apple in the background, palate has a nice juxtaposition between acidity and sweetness, both on the high side but matching wonderfully and neither gets in the way of the terrific fruit, really juicy long finish
This is one of the more restrained and understated young Brückes I recall from the last few vintages, there isn't a lot of sweetness and the fruit's a touch tarter with a sharp grapefruit and green apple character alongside riper peach and floral elements. Beneath all the fruit there's a vivid mineral undercurrent, an almost crystalline texture to the wine and tremendous acidity balancing the moderate sweetness and keeping it very light and focused. There's amazing balance and structure here, but I have no issues drinking it so young as it's absolutely spectacular right now.
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