The label of this wine seemed to be trying to convey authenticity but lacked details of producer, vineyard, or grape, so I was intrigued but wary. It turned out to be a good value in this style of wine.
It showed lively, modest complexity with flavors of yellow and green apples, yellow pear, and a little ripe lemon. The wine is lightly sweet but balanced with nice acid and a little minerality. The screw cap helped keep this wine very fresh and tasty, but the bottle in the fridge developed some golden raisin oxidation over a few days, so I expect it’s not one to wait to drink.
Lim13 reviewed the Graf Spätlese, which was a dollar more, and I look forward to his comments on this wine. 🙂