Ott has been regularly rendering a tiny bit of residually sweet Riesling, but he thought conditions in 2015 were not propitious for that and only bottled this one dry wine, sourced from the highest spot in the commune. 'It’s cool, near the woods, and not too sunny,' he remarked, and, in contrast with Ott’s Grüner Veltliner of this vintage, the compact concentration, lime peel and apple seed piquancy and prominent acidity render this bracingly tart, albeit faintly oily-textured bottling a relatively austere proposition. I confess to having felt cold shivers as I rolled it around in my mouth. (DS)
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