From Wine Advocate: A profusion of lily, rose petal, apple blossom, brown spices and ripe pear soars from the glass of 2007 Winkeler Jesuitengarten Riesling Spatlese. There is a Spreitzer-typical, Mosel-like delicacy and lift here, but also a very Rheingau sense of underlying depth and substantiality, notably in this instance nutty, stony characteristics underlying a lush, but densely-layered finish. This should cellar magnificently for at least 20 years.
From Wine Spectator: Smoke and flint aromas lead into apricot and peach flavors in this slim, well-defined Riesling. It's generous, with a lively structure and a lingering aftertaste of orange and stone. Drink now through 2030. –BS