Keller's wines are some of the most sought after, and difficult to get, wines on the market today. Jancis Robinson has described his Rieslings as the "Montrachets of Germany". ‘Limestone’ is named for the nutrient-rich soils in which Keller’s fruit grows. This bright green-gold just off-dry Riesling has a delicate, irresistible nose, with passion fruit, white flowers, honeyed citrus, and dried honey moving in and out of the foreground, alternating with white peaches, pink grapefruit, lemon zest. Have you ever wondered why many wine professionals list Riesling as their favorite white wine variety? It is because of wines like this . . .