Described to me as a "food only" wine. And I agree. Pale lemon/gold colored. Simple nose of honey, slate, lime and peach. Wow, acidity. That's what is apparent first, followed by honey, slate, flowers, musky peach and lychee. The acidity cuts a line through the fruit and takes you where it wants. Gets salty over time, like some sangioveses, and that really makes it a great food wine. Yeah, that's the theme here, food. Classic trocken riesling.