Hoffmann-Simon Piesporter Goldtröpfchen Riesling Auslese 2009
7,5% abv; screw-capped. A nice aroma: much ripe and tropical fruit and slight quinine so obviously a warm year of Riesling, but still has a very obvious Moselness to it. It is perhaps a bit reductive. The warm year style continues on the palate. It does have acidity and liveliness, but it is also thick, rich and honey-sweet. A nice wine; more age will only do this good. I do prefer a MSR with more acidity, but this was nice, too.