'Good full yellow. Fresh hay, lemon, nectarine and mint on the nose. Then suave, spicy and youthfully tight, conveying flavors of peach nectar and lime. Fresh and firm but not classically dry (9.5 g/L residual sugar and 6.9 g/L total acidity), finishing with a lemony nuance and attractive lift. The juice from young Schlossberg vines was declassified into this wine; it strikes me as the best Cuvée Albert in some time, but Jacky Barthelmy feels strongly that the 2014 Cuvée Albert was just as good. Made from 49-year-old Riesling vines grown on lighter soils.'
91 points - Ian D'Agata, vinous.com