Light nose, very fresh, clean, floral with some petrol. Big acid - makes your tongue and the inside of your mouth tingle, and an impressive depth of fruit is on you right away. Mouth-watering. Lots of power, very good balance, nice long finish.
Honeycomb, pear, white floral notes, a hint of petrol, wet rock and mineral notes on the nose. Stone fruit, sweet apple and pear flavors on the palate along with some nice minerality. Blast of acidity on the palate with a big mouthfeel and long, sweet finish. This wine has a long life ahead of it but is delicious now as well.
The Wehlener Sohnenur from a couple of weeks ago was slow to open up and was dense and creamy. This one is completely different: Right out the gate it's fully open for business. Aroma are of honeysuckle and... kiwi? framed by the faintest hint of petrol. The acidity is quite intense and immediate, not the slow buildup of the Wehlener. Finish is also a bit drier. I'd say this one is a better food wine based on the fact on its immediate power of putting out the fire of spicy food. It's more linear, clear and piercing.
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