Wine Advocate 90 points - Clearer and juicier than its “Domaene Gobelsburg” counterpart but no less extract-rich, the 2012 Riesling Gobelsburger projects more of a sense of transparency to rather than saturation with stony mineral elements. Bittersweet floral perfume points to the inclusion of Heiligenstein raw material, and a tingling, energetically interactive finishing impression confirms the performance of a superb value well above its generic class, and one that should be worth following through at least 2017, for whatever few wine lovers might attempt that or simply forget some bottles in their cellar. (Apr 2014)
We wanted a classic everyday Riesling at an affordable price and man does this deliver. Itís long, thick, textured with a veritable quarry of pulverized mineral; very dry (even a tic phenolic) but would wash down a dozen Malpeques ó O.K. two dozen ó to perfection.