The 2019er Zeppwingert, as it is referred to on the main part of the label, is an off-dry wine (with 13.5 g/l of residual sugar) harvested on 100-yearold un-grafted vines in the terraced part of the vineyard next to the Batterieberg which has not gone through any Flurbereinigung. It offers a gorgeously complex nose of white pepper, flowers, vineyard peach, herbs, smoke, mint, and tangerine. The wine is beautifully delicate and fruity on the palate and reveals a great sense of richness and intensity as it unfolds. It leaves one with a juicy and smooth feel in the long and still slightly direct finish. The after-taste however reveals already great depth as spicy elements come through. This off-dry wine will need some extensive aging to integrate its fruity and delicately sweet side before showing all its nuances. But the wait will be worth it! 2027-2049. Mosel Fine Wines - Issue 54.