One of the most important and best-known steep vineyards on the Mosel is the Trittenheimer Apotheke. The Rieslings grown here are unmistakable in their delicate playfulness and their self-contained elegance. They are wines with a lot of inner density and a particularly characteristic slate minerality. The Apotheke is Alexander Loersch's home vineyard. Even as a little boy, Alex helped his father with the strenuous vineyard work in the steep slate terraces of the Apotheke. The fruity, playful Kabinett from the pharmacy is the calling card of the Loersch winery. The nose is clearly marked by spontaneous fermentation aromas and a powerful slate spiciness with a hint of citrusy exoticism and the animating tartness of orange zest. On the palate, there is a lot of breed, the acidity is ripe and very present. The finely fruity sweetness is playful and forms the perfect counterpoint to the grippy minerality. All in all, a wonderfully drinkable Kabinett that promises a great appetite for the next sip. Verry Nice, and 93 Points of Mosel Fine Wines, smile!