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||96 Pts Stephan Reinhardt - Robert Parker's Wine Advocate||Size:||375ML
96 Pts Stephan Reinhardt - Robert Parker's Wine Advocate
"The 2012 Graacher Himmelreich Riesling Auslese Gold Capsule (AP #16 13) reveals a concentrated bouquet of highly delicate Riesling berry aromas along with grapefruit flavors. Rich and concentrated, but with a lots of finesse, transparency and elegance on the palate, this noble sweet Auslese is fresh, delicate and very stimulating."
95 Pts Wine Enthusiast
"Saffron and exotic spice dust aromas of honey and apples on this deeply layered, complex wine. The palate is sweet with peach nectar and preserves, yet balanced with streaks of acidity and crushed minerals. Silken on the tongue, it lingers endlessly with a kiss of honeysuckle. Wonderful now, but sure to develop it's honeyed, mineral complexity from 2020 on. -AL"
"From Johann Josef to Sebastian to Manfred -- and now, to Katharina -- the hereditary line of PrÃ¼ms at this estate is straight and strong.
Why is J.J. PrÃ¼m still the most famous name in German wine after a hundred years? Partly because their light and racy wines epitomize the region, partly because they possess several incredible vineyard sites and an extraordinary percentage of ungrafted vines within them, which links them to an historic era of German winegrowing... and honestly, itâs partly showbiz. Few humans alive have ever seen the cellar at J.J. PrÃ¼m, or Manfredâs mysterious brother Wolfgang who toils down there. The mystery is compounded at the epic dinners that Manfred and his daughter Katharina host for visitors, during which Manfred disappears for up to 20 minutes rummaging around for the "perfect" bottle to pour, which is invariably old and invariably served blind. Who can resist such a presentation?
The 33.5 acre estate produces about 13,000 cases annually. The wines are feather-light, never over-extracted, low in alcohol, transparent as glass, and petrolly as hell in those first 15 years or so; after that, they really get going. PrÃ¼m is not tiny, theyâre not a thousand years old, and theyâre not doctrinaire about vinification; they are simply the quintessential Mosel estate and the benchmark for all German wine. Amen. " - Importer