The Haag 2007 Brauneberger Juffer Riesling Spatlese drips with ultra-ripe melon, nectarine, and honey, with heady, gardenia-like floral notes, enhancing the impression of richness confirmed by a succulent, creamily-textured palate. In the best vintage manner, this possesses palpable extract, but treads delicately. An infectiously juicy and persistently floral finish is truly transparent to nuances of nut oils, salt and stone. This modestly-priced masterpiece is entirely worthy of the praise I heaped on its 2006 predecessor, and should be worth following for three decades. (DS)
Elegant aromas of lemon candy, marzipan and acacia honey. Well-balanced and elegant, with a velvety texture and a flavor of peach pit. This pleasingly long spatlese finishes with lime, nut oils and slate. (JP)
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