At this stage, this feels much more open and generous than its Sonnenuhr counterpart, showing bright, floral flavors of tangerine and white peach. Its bold, rounded depth of fruit reveals more nuance and complexity the longer this sits in the glass, and it should feel even more focused and complete in a few years, after shedding its initial puppy fat.
Very delicate, precise and detailed. Violet, slate and peach aromas are followed by mint and peach flavors, with an ever-present back note of mineral. There's wonderful harmony and balance. Drink now through 2028. (BS)
The Prums’ 2007 Graacher Himmelreich Riesling Spatlese represents another intensification of the corresponding Kabinett. Lemon, apple, blackcurrant, peach, honeysuckle, mint, and narcissus inform the nose and palate. An invigorating alliance of citrus, apply tartness, crushed stone, and salty minerality carries into a generous, irresistible finish. Here is the epitome of delicacy and transparency in Mosel Riesling. While might be a sense in which this is marginally less profound than its fellow Prum Spatlesen, that does not make it any less delicious. Moreover, the record is clear that wines from Himmelreich are among the longest-lived and ultimately most profound of any from this address. (DS)
Green apple, lemon oil and clover on the nose. Light and lively yet velvety on the palate. Rose petal and saline minerality mingle on the crisp, well-balanced, lipsmacking finish, which is long and elegant. (JP)
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