Farmed organically, the historic Reichsrat von Buhl estate was founded in 1849, is an honoured member of the VDP and one of the legendary properties of the Pfalz. Armand was a personality in the estate’s history who put the winery on the international map. Armand was present at the opening of the Suez Canal, an event where Von Buhl wines were served. This wine is said to be similar to that historic wine. Kabinett sweetness, with ripe pear, apricot and lime pulp driving the fleshy core. A juicy swell counters Pfalz's round and ripe generosity, tightened with lime twist on the finish. A welcome and beauty 8 percent alcohol makes this concentrated, juicy wine an easy one to drink, liberally.
Score: 90 points -- Anthony Gismondi, Jan 2017