The village of Zöbing is characterized by Riesling terraces.
Primary rock and Permian soil are the fundament of the Zöbinger Riesling personality. The village got high recognition after the construction of the Heiligenstein Tower in the late 19th century.
AWARDS & TASTING NOTES
BLIND TASTED BY ANDREAS LARSSON: Rating 90
Bright light golden colour. Pure nose, fresh pineapple and yellow fruit with lime and citrus notes, very pure and fresh palate with good grip and length.
JAMESSUCKLING.COM: Rating 93
If this was marketed as being from the great Heiligenstein vineyard site in Zöbing, nobody would complain, because it has that level of sophistication. Tons of yellow fruit, plus melon and apple notes, this has remarkable texturally complexity for just 12,5 per cent alcohol and plenty of structure at the long finish. Drink or hold.
THE GLOBAL RIESLING MASTERS 2017: Awarded with MASTER
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JAMES SUCKLING: Rating 90
Cooked apple and lime aromas with hints of loam. Full body, layered and rich with lots of fruit. A big and fruity style. Lightly sweet. Medium finish. Drink now.
A LA CARTE 2017: Rating 91
Fine and fruity bouquet, peach, cumquat, rich wine on the palate, lively acidity, fruity finish, good lenght
WEINGUIDE 2016: 5/5 Glasses
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WINE ENTHUSIAST: Rating 92
Clean, slender poise and quiet citrus conviction give this wonderfully light wine its chief character. There is gentle but pure lemon freshness at the very core of this, radiating weightless brightness. This leaves you thoroughly refreshed. With its energy and drive this wine means that conversation will be enlivened rather than dampened.