Once again, extreme weather during the growing season gave us some headaches but, as always, Riesling proved
its resilience by producing a range of highly aromatic and finely balanced wines in 2019. Generally dry conditions
throughout spring and summer led to a lower-yielding crop, which was further reduced by the onset of botrytis late
in the harvest. It is a fully ripe vintage, with vibrant aromatics and a pronounced acidity that gives brilliant structural
precision to the wines.