91 Points Robert Parker
The Loew 2010 Riesling Muschelkalck leads with an intensely piquant nose of lemon and lime peels, mint and pennyroyal, along with kirsch distillate and pit-tinged fresh apple. Firm and bright, the palate here is exuberantly invigorating, its tart and piquant elements nicely integrated into a torrent of sheer primary juiciness. But it’s also augmented texturally as well as in depth of flavor by suggestions of animal fat. Hints of salt and caraway lend a rye bread-like aspect to the long, vibrant, mouthwatering and deeply savory finish. I would plan to follow this through at least 2022. The ex-cellars price for this was an astonishing 8.50 Euros, just to give you an idea of the terrific value these wines offer for those who can buy them directly.
Source: Robert Parker (Robert Parker Wine Advocate) by David Schildknecht. August, 2014