The 2019er Wehlener Sonnenuhr Riesling Alte Reben, as it is referred to on the main label (the reference to GG is left for the back label), comes from very old un-grafted vines in the prime Gewann Laychen (central part), Sandpichter (near Zeltingen) and Langenberg (higher up the hill), and was fermented with ambient yeasts and aged in oak for 12 months. It is still marked by some CO2 and offers a hugely engaging nose made of blueberry, white flowers, whipped cream, smoke, and subtly tannic elements. The wine proves smooth and hugely alluring on the creamy and profound palate, and leaves a juicy rather than bone-dry feel in the long finish. This wine is still very much work in progress and will need many years to integrate its smoothness and reveal its underlying cut. Drink 2026-2039. 92 Points. Mosel Fine Wines, Issue #54 (Oct 2020).