Elegant and perfectly balanced, there are crushed rocks, honeysuckle and lemon zest aplenty here. With a touch more ripeness than the 2019 Heiligensteins, this has a charming sweet character on the palate, before gliding into a long and ethereal finish. Patience required for this to show everything it’s got to give.
Characterful aromas of crushed rocks, fresh herbs and the merest hint of kerosene. Fairly broad-shouldered, with a creamy core that lasts and lasts on the finish. As always with Gobelsburg, very well judged and restrained.