Galloni (91 points):
"Persian and muskmelons mingle with winter squash on the nose, reconvening for a luscious, subtly musky and earthy palate performance, but – again as in the corresponding Gutsriesling – an influx of citrus lends welcome brightness, guaranteeing that the buoyant, generously juicy finish delivers ample refreshment."
Mosel Fine Wines (91 points):
The 2016er Dhroner Trocken was harvested at 85° Oechsle from fruit in the Hofberg and was aged for equal parts in stainless steel and large oak cask. The wine delivers a superb nose of grapefruit, vineyard peach, ginger and white flowers. It proves both smooth and focused on the palate and leaves one with a great feel of minerals, citrusy fruits and a hint of slate in the great finish. This “simple” Village Riesling will give many GG a good run for their money: It is that good! While enjoyable now, this will still improve and gain in complexity with age. 2019-2031."