A bit high-toned with mineral and white pepper notes over light floral and pear aromas. This shows a nice edge of richness in the mouth with a hint of ripeness supporting fresh, clean apple, almond and lemon flavors streaked with mineral notes. The finish is a touch peppery and nicely long. Not too complex and rather straightforward, though refreshing and decisive in the mouth. 87pts
A little sweet on the nose with lovely melon, apple and peach fruit all topped with a squeeze of tangerine and a few honeysuckles. Round and a little lush in the mouth, this has plenty of acid to balance the touch of sugar. There's a touch of bitterness at its core, which adds some detail for me, but may be off putting to some. There's plenty of apple, orange and light green tea flavors here in a simple style that finishes with a nice, almost pineapple/citrus wash, lengthened by the touch of residual sweetness. Really well done in a fruit-forward, popular style. 87pts
 
 
A bit earthy and compressed on the nose, with early hints of quince followed by lime pith and almost blueberry aromas. This is sweet, yet fairly light weight, with enough acidity to keep things in balance but not enough to keep the sweet/tart thing going. Like the nose, the palate reminds be a bit of blueberries, with sweet Asian pear and honeyed lime notes gaining prominence on the mid-palate. There's a slight brown sugar note as well, which pops on the finish before being washed over by some nice sweet/tart apple flavors that show good persistence. A fun wine, fruity and easy to drink, if dessert-level sweetness for me. 86pts
 
 
A touch sweet on the nose, with faint hints of candle wax and minty blackcurrant leaf over a base of apricot glaze. Fairly lightweight for an Auslese, which is not a bad thing. This is also fairly sweet, with good acidity keeping it fresh and reasonably well-focused in the mouth. There's plenty of fruit here, not overdone but balanced with peach, melon and almost a grapefruit-citrus quality, plus a touch of currant on the back end. The finish is a bit short and lacks follow through, but all in all, this is a rather attractive, easy to appreciate Auslese. 86pts

 
A bit heavy and slightly herbal on the nose with plenty of apple and citrus pith topped with a hint of white pepper.  Even with lovely acidity, this still opens a touch on the heavy side, showing off ripe apple and slightly fig-like flavors. There's distinct minerality here adding interest, but the wine is slightly heavy, with building acidity adding lemon flavors and brightness to the moderately long finish. 86pts

 
Reticent on the nose with slow to grow polleny floral and fennel aromas over lime pith, sliced fennel and melon notes, with incipient hints of petrol and chalk.  This is sweet in the mouth and while I'm sure there is a ton of acid here, there's little to be felt, though the texture of the wine remains lively, considering the sweetness. There's a rich mouthful of pollen-streaked apricot fruit here, with nice dashes of Meyer lemon juice and some freshening green apple notes on the back end, but the sugar keeps this a bit simple and dull.The finish is surprisingly short but does end on a nice light mineral note, with some sweet tea elements on the finale. A bit of an apricot bomb. 86pts

 
Big candied lime and lime aromas greet the nose along with complicating notes of chives and quartz. This is fairly sweet, or rather it's sweet though there's enough acidity to make you think it's not that sweet, but the weight of the wine says otherwise. There are lots of lemon, lemon curd and almost pineapple flavors here over light mineral tones that lead to a modest tart apple finish that shows a lingering sweetness. 86pts

 
Intense and focused pear, peach and floral aromas greet the nose along with a faint underlay of machine oil and stems. This is easy going in the mouth, well balanced and fresh with a whisper of sweetness adding some weight around a core of tart pear, peach and almost coconut-like flavors. The back end turns a bit fruitier and yields to a bright lemony finish. This is a touch simple, but fun and easy going. 86pts

 
Light but distinct aromas of dried apples, lime and dusty earth comprise the nose. This is a touch simple in the mouth but shows nice dried citrus pith fruit notes in a clean, direct and refreshing style. There's nothing extra here, just simple fruit over light mineral tones that are joined by light dried leafy notes on the back end, which shows off hints of peach and preserved lemon with pretty good persistence. 86pts

 
A little sulfury on the nose, though plenty of airing reveals a slightly spicy, dried floral-tinged core of heirloom apple and dried lemon peel fruit. This could use a bit more acid in the mouth. It comes off as slightly dull and heavy, with an intriguing blend of orchard fruit flavors, chives and mineral notes all cloaked in a gauzy veil of pollen. The flavor profile is appealing, I just wish the wine showed a bit more freshness in the mouth, and that the finish was longer. 85pts