All wines stored at 55° and 70% humidity
The Rheingau's unconventional rieslings of J.B. Becker are known well (albeit in small circles) for their very late winery releases.
"Singular" is often the descriptor used for these mainly dry wines, and I cannot think of a better application of the word. These taste unlike any riesling or any wine you're likely ever to have. They are charming, vibrant, and endlessly thought-provoking.
Since 1971, Hajo Becker has been farming 11 hectares in the Rheingau. Certified organic since 2005, though Becker worked organically for decades. Native yeasts ferments and aging in massive 2,400-liter barrels.