Galloni (90 points):
"Sourced largely from younger vines in the Hofberg, this year’s tank-raised generic cuvée finished at eight grams of residual sugar, which seems to support the luscious abundance of white peach and Persian melon while not engendering any sense of outright sweetness. Piquancy of peach kernel, subtle black tea smokiness and pungency of resinous green herbs serve for counterpoint, while an influx of lemon and grapefruit supplies animating brightness on a satiny palate and a buoyant, multifaceted, consummately refreshing finish. Few “intro-level” German Riesling bottlings approach the quality-price rapport of Adam’s, and even fewer at anything approaching this wine’s mere 10.5% alcohol."
"Oplagt Riesling, men også et strejf af stikkelsbær samt modne pærer og æbler. Ikke så sød som mange Mosel-hvidvine, men med en god, frisk syre. Lang, eftersmag."