Wine Advocate 94 points - The Domaine holds two plots of Gewurztraminer in the middle part of the Schossberg and the 2013 Gewurztraminer Grand Cru Schlossberg Selection de Grains Nobles is the first one tasted by The Wine Advocate. Still lime-green and bright in color, the wine opens very discreet and lemon-fresh on the highly elegant nose. On the palate, this SGN is more Schlossberg than Gewurztraminer, because the mineral soul and great elegance dominate the sheer concentration and sensual sweetness of the fruit. This compact and densely woven wine is firmly structured and full of tension, but also superbly balanced; the finish is salty, stimulating and very long. The wine ended up at 11.3% alcohol and 123.5 grams per liter of residual sugar balanced by 5 grams per liter of total (tartaric) acidity. The aging potential should be immense here.