(2022) Grand Cru Alsace Riesling, which spent 11 months on fine lees, this has a really appealing nose: great fruit purity, a little note of waxines to ripe apple and pear. There's a minerality about this too. In the mouth it is dry and decisive, quite a weighty wine, that lees-ageing adding nutty textural dryness, but the glistening purity and ripeness of the fruit is what drives the finish along with pithy lemon acid clarity.