Only in Germany can a wine have TWO proprietary names, in this case Feinherb is used to denote a wine that is dry-ish in style and Muschelkalk, which means "fossil bearing limestone" inreference to the soil. Long names aside this is an absolutely smokin' Riesling, with bright aromas of flowers, orange zest and lime and a palate that is fruit forward but not sweet. It is full in through the middle and then salty, zippy and refreshing on the finish. This wine is just packing a lot more groceries than your average Riesling. Messmer is quickly becoming a go-to at my house for value and quality.