The single off-dry wine in Eva’s stable, and perhaps the most striking, regardless of style. The Schlossberg is a rather large vineyard but Eva’s parcels are well-situated vines up to 45 years old. The soil here is a combination of slate and loess but is also distinguished by a high quartzite content relative to Lorch’s other sites. The wine is stately and reserved aromatically at the moment, displaying primarily a profound sense of high-toned stoniness. On the palate, though, it’s as open and bright as can be, showing just a hint of sweetness atop a full and lush frame. The precision and clarity here are extraordinary and it’s one of the most exciting wines to come out of the Rheingau in a long time. No one else strikes a comparable balance of freshness and body, all with a penetrating minerality. –jfr
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