94 points Wine Spectator
92 points Vinous
"Although the Wisselbrunnen is probably the mineral Meister of the Spreitzer brothers' Grosse Gewächse with its profound salty impact; it can also offer juicy and animated fruit from peach to gooseberry. Add a tad of spice, which is so refined that I can't tell whether it comes from wood or not, and you have a Grosses Gewächs with fascinating complexity. 18.5/20 points. (MS)"
Vinous Reverie Notes
Grosse Lage (Great Growth) is the term used for the highest quality vineyards in Germany. The vineyards are demarcated by their defining lots. This is where the best wines ripen, distinguished by their expressive single vineyard character and an enhanced ageing potential. These vineyards are planted with vines that are regionally typical and appropriate for the individual vineyard soil. The Wisselbrunnen soils are strongly influenced by quartzite, loess and marl. These components, along with the minerality typical of this vineyard and vinification in large German oak barrels, bring forth herbal notes, fine fruit and a puristic saltiness in this Riesling.