Auslese refers to those fruits that turn red and shrink due to late picking or attack by noble rot fungi, and the sugar is more concentrated than that of Spätlese. The wine made from Auslese grapes is like a high tension that condenses the flavor of the grape fruit bunches. The rich aroma is natural, and the sweetness of the wine is even higher than that of the Spätlese. Its delicate flavor can clearly reflect the difference between the terroir even in the sugary liqueur. Riesling's unparalleled acidity, in addition to neutralizing the sugar in the sweet wine, is also due to this acidity to create its long-term strength.