They make two rieslings at Kitsch and Ester is the driest. It’s piquant, in a manner sommeliers get all excited about, though consumers, a little less. That said, I love this wine, and we need this wine because it promotes purity and precision and complexity, and it's the next step for our rieslings. The fruit, all clone 239, is grown on clay/limestone soils, and the vines are barely five years old. The attack is fresh and zesty, mostly lemon-lime with some wet stone minerality flecked with nectarine skin, tangerine and cherries. Needs food, but the choice is yours. It will pretty much match anything.
Score: 90 points -- Anthony Gismondi, gismondionwine.com, 2019