In order to make the famous Keller GG's (that sell for $550 upwards per bottle) some grapes are harvested from the best-sited mature vines, very close to the start of vintage, to allow the remaining small number of bunches to ripen properly. These slightly earlier-picked bunches (from the likes of Morstein, Abtserde etc.) are higher in acidity and perfect for a very lively, juicy, nectarine-inflected slightly sweet and "mineral-laden" ageable and great white. The 'limestone' saline and bursting with stony edge fruit is now a legendary white of the Keller stable. The 2022 is just a little plusher and juicier than the firm 2021.
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