Rich and concentrated, yet it seems lighter than air, ideal for its dried apricot, roasted almond, candied citrus and mineral flavors. Though sweet and intense, it finishes cleanly, with a mouthwatering acidity. Best from 2008 through 2030.
The 2004 Brauneberger Juffer Riesling Auslese Gold Capsule A.P. #9 consists of a selection of very tiny and in small measure botrytised berries. Smelling of peach jam and fresh lemon, this comes onto the palate with meaty, low toned richness, like a medley of veal stock, honey-drenched toasted nuts, and spice-tinged caramelized pit fruits. A lavishly creamy texture is pit against insistently bright citrus, yet the flavor marriage is harmonious and the long finish ultra-pure, elegant and without heaviness. The layering of honey, caramelized and fresh fruits, citrus, and slate displayed is surely worthy of three decade’s worth of archeological investigation. (DS)
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