''This is an intense, juicy, well-structured and refreshing Riesling with floral aromas on the nicely pure and slatey-crunchy finish. From the legendary 2019 German Vintage!'' Stephan Rheinhardt, Wine Advocate Magazine (Previous Vintage Review)
The Immich family history in the Mosel dates back to the Middle Ages, when a Prince von Esch possessed the 12th-century building. Located in the center of Enkirch, the original section of the castle, Escheburg, is named after him. This dry Riesling shows fresh white fruits on a sleek palate. The lively acid draws out the crisp fruits, florals, and minerals. These tense characteristics collide and cascade to a soft creamy finish.
This offers ripe, intense and pretty juicy fruit on the nose intertwined with a subtle slate aroma. Bottled with 10.5% alcohol, this is an intense, juicy, well-structured and refreshing Riesling with floral aromas on the nicely pure and slatey-crunchy finish. The wine is elegant and reveals good, mineral-refreshing length with stimulating salinity and grip and a pretty rich character.'' Stephan Rheinhardt, Wine Advocate Magazine (Previous Vintage Review)
''The 2019 vintage is the best vintage I have ever tasted for German Riesling in my four-decade career. The 2019 wines, from dry to classic styles are simply astonishing quality, which means 2019 is one of the greatest vintages of modern times and will be remembered for decades, possibility generations.'' Stuart Pigott, Jamessuckling.com
''The characteristic of the 2019s is that, despite their appetising acid levels, so many of them are already a delight to drink. Do give the 2019s a whirl. They are exceptionally good. Germany’s signature grape Riesling is the greatest white-wine grape in the world. The wines it produces particularly precisely express where they were grown. They last and continue to evolve interestingly forever.'' Jancis Robinson