95-97 points Anne Krebiehl, MW (Vinous): "[$130 list] The 2022 Riesling Westhofener Brunnenhäuschen Grosses Gewächs abuts the Morstein, but it is slightly more elevated with its limestone overlaid with terra rossa rich in iron oxide. Flinty reduction still holds sway on the nose. However, the palate comes with a smooth, serene and gentle texture of lemon zest bedded on soft, pillowy yeast, yet with many directions and zing, driving forward with gentle force. The finish tapers to beautiful, lemon-pervaded slenderness. The phenolic grip manifests on the finish with beautiful finesse and zesty, citric definition. The 2022 is a lovely and intriguing mix of obliqueness and directness. It's very long and very fine in the face of 2022. Wow. (Bone-dry) Drink: 2028-2050. (Sep 2023)"
94 points Mosel Fine Wines: "AP: 19 23. The 2022er Morstein Westhofen Riesling GG, as it is referred to on the front label, offers a superbly compelling and layered nose of wild herbs, fine spices, smoke, spearmint, wet stone, jasmine, acacia, and musky rose. The wine impresses through its presence and depth on the palate, yet the zesty kick of acidity and spicy presence make for a refreshing side to the superbly long and imposing finish. This quite mighty expression of dry Riesling is really super impressive. 2027-2037. (Sep 2023)"