Batterieberg is a 1.1 hectare monopole of the estate's. It abuts the Mosel and is surrounded on all other sides by Zeppwingert. It's made up of blue and gray slate with quite a bit of quartz as well. Once again, this shows as the driest of the Immich lineup and the aromatics are focused and deeply mineral. True to what we've come to expect from this site, scrubby, salty minerality is on display in spades. Batterieberg is the most linear, laser-like and zippy of the lineup, with a dense mineral core and an insanely good, intricate finish. John Ritchie
Still very youthful, with a gorgeous concentration of fruit that is surrounded by layers of lithe acids, minerals, salt, and spice. From the poorest soils of Immich's holdings, this subtle, structured wine will no doubt slowly reveal itself to be quite a rich treat. Jonathan Kemp
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