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". The limestone soils at the base of the mountain, Donnersberg in the Rheinhessen, allow Klaus Pete Keller to extract incredible aromas and flavors from his crystalline, bone-dry Riesling. The base Riesling comes from a number of different parcels, mostly from young vines. Vinified in tank, this bright and seamless Riesling is full of juicy peach fruit, a fine minerality, tied together by a vibrant, crisp finish.