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There's just too much sulfur and not enough depth on this basic Rheinhessen Riesling, but it's decent, easygoing, and varietally sound, with notes of lemon, peach, pineapple, yellow plum, and honey, along with a vague minerally whiff, in a not-over-dry, fairly tart fruit stew, with a slight bitterness on the finish. (Interestingly, there's also a floral, rose-petal note that squeaks out early on, and guava that comes later.) It's fine, and thankfully the sulfur subsides, but it does serve as a reminder of just how much better German Riesling can be even just a rung or two further up the ladder.