The 2014 Dry Riesling Reserve is, according to winemaker Fred Merwath, about 90% Auslese level in ripeness. It is a luscious Riesling that seems round and rich, but as with most of what Wiemer makes, there is ample attention here to age-worthiness and structure. Underneath, there is fine acidity that cuts through the dense fruit. Then, it never seems as rich again, eventually showing more and more power on the finish. This is something you can sink your teeth into–but it won't ever seem clumsy or simple. It is nowhere near peak as yet. Give it a few years in the cellar if you can. It is not meant to be drunk young. It may yet be entitled to an uptick.