25€; 13% abv; 7,8 g/l acidity; 8 g/l sugar. This was a very enjoyable wine. Ripe but gloriously mineral, pure Riesling aromas. Enormously concentrated - perhaps more than I would ideally prefer -, but with good acidity and just the right touch of sugar to keep this charming and instantly loveable instead of being austere and painful. Long, dry finish.
There seems to be a great deal of controversy over the 2010s in Germany and whether or not the wines were de-acidified. Terry Theise says that 90% of all wines and practically all dry wines were de-acidified. But Claude Kolm says that with Bürklin-Wolf, only the basic wines were and that the single vineyard wines weren't. It would of course be interesting to know for sure about all individual wines, but what matters with this wine is that it doesn't taste in any way manipulated. It is just a beautiful dry Riesling.