Daniel Vollenweider stormed the German wine scene in 2000 with one lonely hectare of old vines.
He produced just a little bit of wine. He got a lot of attention.
The wines showcase an explosive energy, a luscious depth of fruit unlike nearly any other Middle Mosel Riesling. These are tour-de-force wines, with glossy, kaleidoscopic mid-palates, deep with pure fruit, all held in check by a simply ferocious acidity.