Wine Spectator 90pts:
Rich and expressive, offering a firm structure to the dried peach, apricot and pear sauce flavors, with notes of honeysuckle. The plush finish lingers with accents of ginger and thyme. Drink now through 2017. 750 cases made.
From the importer:
The Selbach ‘Incline’ was produced by Johannes Selbach to simply outshine all Mosel Rieslings at, or near, its price point. The name Incline was chosen to honor the impossibly steep sloped terroir of the Mosel from which these grapes are grown. Vinified in stainless steel, with just a hint of residual sugar, this wine vividly represents all that Mosel wine should be – Fruity with vibrant acidity, clarity, and precision; all highlighted by intense slate-driven minerality. As an introduction to what one can gleam from great Mosel wine, Selbach’s ‘Incline’ is incredible. You may find the “Doctor” has been dosing you with the wrong medicine.
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