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91 points James Suckling: "Very minty with some passion fruit. This is a really juicy but rather sleek Auslese with moderate sweetness. It has got a lot of lemon freshness at the finish." (06/2018) Vinous: "In 2017, as usual, the Mönchhof collection features a single Auslese as well as a single bottling from the Prälat, and they are one and the same. Fresh orange and lime mingle with passion fruit and quince jelly on the nose as well as on a creamy, subtly oily palate. The overall impression here is rich and soothing, but without too-dominant sweetness...
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91 points James Suckling: "Brimming with fresh peach and nectarine aromas. Juicy but also stunningly bright and vivid. Anyone who says that kabinett is easy-drinking needs to try this daring wine! Drink any time during the next 10 years. " (06/2017) Vinous: "Juicy fresh lime and apple dominate the nose as well as a palate whose bright acidity and alcoholic levity are paradoxically allied to subtle creaminess and considerable gloss. Pungent hints of green herbs and orange zest add appeal, and point toward the cuvée’s roughly 50% share of Erden fruit, on...
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96 points James Suckling: "Super peachy with great brilliance and refinement. This is a great Spätlese that's dry enough for the finest lobster dish, but it is also powerful enough to cope with the spiciest curry. The very long finish keeps pumping out fruit and minerals. Drink or hold. " (06/2018) 92 points Robert Parker's Wine Advocate: "From a warm, older vineyard (up to 70 years old) inside the Hofberg, the 2017 Riesling Feinherb 'in der Sängerei' is concentrated and aromatic on the fine, spicy, herbal nose. Lush and elegant, this is a mouth-fillin...
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Nestled on the idyllic, rambling Dhronbach river, a tributary of the greater Mosel, Andreas Adam's estate specializes in the seldom-attempted category of dry Mosel wines. Sourcing primarily from the grand cru Hofberg site, Adam has the enviable touch necessary to achieve what few vintners in Mosel can - dry wines that are not overly austere or punishingly acidic. Since the Mosel rarely achieves the ripeness and natural sugars that appear regularly in, say, the Pfalz or the Nahe, Adam is tasked with taming a sometimes unforgiving beast in his wines' natur...
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