The 2019er Escheburg, as it is referred to on the main part of the label (Escheburg was the original name of the Estate), is a bone-dry Riesling (with 3 g/l of residual sugar) made from over 60-year-old and largely un-grafted vines in Enkirch and Traben. It proves still quite restrained, smoky, and herbal, and only gradually reveals some gorgeous scents of citrusy fruits, orange blossom, candied lime, thyme, rosemary, and white pepper. The wine has grip and quite some energy on the zesty and concentrated palate and leaves a great sense of depth and cut in the very long and bone-dry tasting finish. This is easily the finest bottling of Escheburg we have ever tasted! 2024-2034+ Mosel Fine Wines Issue 54.