Shimmery and viscous as it positively clings to sides of the glass. The nose is silky, big, expressive and classic all at once. The weight and depth of the aromas of dried apricots, ripe peaches and peach preserves speak of a heavy wine, with just the slightest whiff of petrol, indicative of the site. Big and full on the palate, with the classic sweet/tart feel of great Riesling. Rich beyond belief. Carmel, baked Granny Smith apples, brulee, vanilla, toast, lime zest and silk, all tied to just enough acidity to keep it from dying off. Truly a wonderful wine. My mouth is watering just thinking about it.