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2006 JJ Prum - Bernkasteler Badstube Riesling BA Goldkapsel Riesling - Germany - Mosel Saar Ruwer - White

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Germany - Mosel Saar Ruwer

White Riesling
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Created in 1911 by a split of family vineyards, this estate has built its stellar reputation on the strength of its long-lived Rieslings. First under the direction of Johann Josef Prum, and followed by subsequent generations, the winery is now maintained by Dr. Manfred Prum. The 33 acres of estate vineyards on the steep, rocky slopes of the middle Mosel produce 13,000 cases annually, running the... More »

WA 97-97
WS 95
IWC 96
Drink Dates
WS: 2008-2040
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375ml $144.95

IWC 96
Source International Wine Cellar
Issue Issue 136

($155; for 375 ml.) Golden yellow. Apricot preserves, mango and lemon custard float exuberantly over a bed of smoky botrytis on the nose. The unctuous peach fruit and honeyed texture rise above the wine's understated acidity. Very rich but still youthfully closed, this very long wine finishes with a highly refreshing spice character. Lay it down.

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WA 97-97
Source Wine Advocate
Issue 179

The Prum 2006 Bernkasteler Badstube Riesling Beerenauslese is, as already noted, the first of its kind. Cherry jam and grapefruit marmalade, mango and peach preserves, as well as floral and herbal distillates are suggested by the intensely ester-rich aroma. White raisin mingles with the confectionary fruit elements on the palate, which on the one hand displays remarkable density and considerable sheer viscosity; but on the other hand is supremely elegant and buoyant, traits perfectly reflected in its wafting length. All the way through this collection, in fact, neither clarity nor delicacy has been significantly sacrificed as we climb from one degree of botrytization to another. Every element of these grapes, including their acidity, was obviously concentrated with the minimum imaginable disruption or blemish. (In addition, Beerenauslesen, and Trockenbeerenauslesen were bottled here from each of Graacher Himmelreich and WehlenerSonnenuhr in this vintage. I also did not have occasion to taste the Prum 2006 Auslese from the Zeltinger Sonnenuhr.)

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WS 95
Source Wine Spectator
Drink Dates 2008-2040

Concentrated and pure, this boasts apricot, peach, lime sorbet and honey flavors wrapped in a velvety texture. Lush and elegant at the same time, with a mouthcoating presence and a long finish. Drink now through 2040. 200 cases made.

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