We found the same pronounced acid as the Cl 21B Riesling, but palatable and welcome.
First sip is grape Kool Aid drink crystals. It really is that strong. Then a not too wholesome hit of uber alcoholic cherry and plum with the requisite oak. Despite the 14.9% we loved the jammy fullness and mouth feel. Up the nose like Vapo-rub.
Young. Young, young. Cellar indefinitely, although La F recommends five to seven, it seems to have potential for 10.
Price: An extremely reasonable $26 at the vineyard given the cellaring potential.
Market Liquidity: In your face. But give it time.