An markedly bright, mineral and super crushable dry German white. The Selbach family has been making wines in the Mosel valley for 400 years, with the Selach-Oster vineyards focusing on Riesling, with only a small parcel of Pinot Blanc used to make this wine. Minimalist winemaking with natural slow fermentation.
Sweet nose with pretty fruits, pineapple and pears. On the palate apples take the lead, softening to pear on the mid- palate. A bit of ginger on the mid-palate leads to lemon curd on the finish. There is on underlying salinity from start to finish. This is a very nice wine at a reasonable price, offering pleasant flavors and interesting layers.