92+ points Stephen Tanzer
"Bright, pale yellow. Ripe aromas of soft yellow fruits, underripe pineapple, brown spices and fresh herbs, plus a hint of earth. Broad, spicy and airy; in an off-dry style but quite light on its feet. Finishes with lovely subtle persistence and a lightly dusty quality. Went through its malolactic fermentation, but Barmes notes that the 2007s are rich in the more stable tartaric acidity, which should enable them to age slowly and well. These vines average 40 years of age."
92 points Wine Spectator
"This elegant white shows bright flavors of apricot, tangerine and star fruit, with a grapefruit peel hint for a pleasant, slightly bitter counterpoint. Well-made, with lively acidity, good length and a smoky undertow.
Vinous Reverie Notes
A completely biodynamic estate producing all the major Alsatian varietals. Numerous small cuvées from some of Alsace’s best grands crus (including Hengst) are bottled individually and the overall quality standard is consistently high. Top notch grands cru Riesling.