Im Weingebirge is one of the oldest vineyard names in Europe first being mentioned in 511 AD.  This is a late release and really shows that even the middleweight Federspiels can age just fine.  This is just starting to get close to maturity at 7 years from vintage.  Silvery/gold in color, clear and bright.  The nose is tight at first but opens to show slight asparagus, yeast, spice, minerals and white pepper.  Lovely creamy texture.  Light tannins.  Nice acidity.  On the palate, this is layered and complex.  Limes with pepper and spice with underlying minerals.  A very long finish.  Just a beautiful wine.  As good as it is on its own, this will be great with food.  Pork Schnitzel would be a natural.  Drink over the next six to ten years.