The dry three-star Goldtröpfchen shows its demanding mineral character already in the nose. The smoky, slatey flinty note dominates the delicate spice aromas and yellow fruit notes that lie dormant deep underground. Clear and steely on the palate with lots of inner tension and enormous pressure. Shows salty and earthy, mineral-tart accents with red berry fruit and minty spice. Intense acidity on the bone-dry finish. A very impressive, self-confident Riesling with great potential.
Gernot Hain has brought his wine estate with great Rieslings to the top in Germany. Weingut Hain is a classic family estate, which has been in Piesport for a very long time and can trace its roots back to the 17th century.All wines from Weingut Hain