Pinot Blanc 2010
Bright and fruity on the nose, but very soft and pleasant on the palate, a little light but adaptable with food.
Fronholz Riesling 2009
Very steely quartz minerality, a salty and bold texture, and an underlying honey note.
Muenchberg (not to be confused with the Moenchberg) Riesling 2009
More subtle and supple on the palate, with wonderful elegance and length whilst still being juicy and fresh.
Zellberg Pinot Gris 2009
Showed the influence of barrique maturation, as it had a crunchy oak-derived texture rather than a residual sugar viscosity.
Fronholz Vendages Tardives Gewurztraminer 2007
Not obviously sweet, nor was it particularly dry. Very floral and fresh, it had great integration of acids, sugar, alcohol and texture, but was definitely showing its youth.