David Schildknecht wrote about the wine in the Feb2013 issue of the Wine Advocate...
"Kühling-Gillot’s 2011 Oppenheimer Riesling trocken – like its 2009 and 2010 predecessors, entirely from the Sacktrager – offers scents and flavors of mirabelle enlivened by fresh lemon; pumpkin and winter squash; nut oils; and accented by struck flint and crushed stone. Satin-textured; and full without being heavy, it finishes with satisfying juiciness and a welcome impression of transparency to mineral nuances. I suspect it will be best enjoyed over the next half dozen years."
David has rated this wine as a 89point wine with a drinking window of 2013-2019!
- Additional Information
Country Germany Region Rheinhessen Sub Region Nierstein Colour White Grape Riesling Vintage 2011 Alcohol 12%-13% Viticulture Biodynamic Body Full Type Dry Bottle Size Bottle (750ml) Bottle Closure Cork Drinking Maturity Ready, will improve