Drunkenmonday.de Weinblog / Paul Truszkowski "Gräfenberg" puts the G in Großes Gewächs. Hats off to Wilhelm Weil — who stands alone among 2013 Rheingaus with unparalleled levels of concentration, length and depth. Der Schnutentunker (wine blog) / Felix Bodman It may seem like the same old story, but Robert Weil's Gräfenberg once again rises above the rest. Wuertz-Wein.de (wine blog) / Dirk Würtz The Gräfenberg is dense and tight, dry with an amazingly structured center, brimming with tension and power and yet elegant from start to finish. Stuart Pigott (Twitter) Best in Class: Von Oetinger, Prinz, Weil, Kuenstler rheingauer-weinschmecker.de (wine blog) / Oliver Bock Stand-outs: Schlossberg from Weingut Kessler, Gräfenberg from Weingut Robert Weil and Jungfer from Weingut Prinz Weinreporter (wine blog) For me, the finest trove of stand-out wines came from the Rheingau. Sascha Speicher (Editor-in-Chief, Sommelier Magazine) The Nahe was sensational! With a clear second place going to the Rheingau... and Weingut Robert Weil with his outstanding GG!