The Le Gallais winery has long been part of Egon Müller's sphere of activity. First-class locations in Wiltingen are part of it, but the wine is made in the Scharzhofer cellar. Compared to the wine from the Scharzhofberg, the Kabinett from the Braunen Kupp is more direct and robust. Of course: Here too we have a Kabi from the Saar, in contrast most of the other wines are coarse-bodied, hence the emphasis: this wine only seems a little more energetic in comparison to the Scharzhofberger. Ripe fruit of apple, pear, citrus aromas and also slightly sweet floral aromas and a hint of exotic fruits in the background. The balance of acidity and sweetness is inspiring, you don't really feel one or the other consciously, although both are strongly there.