Candied stones and liquid minerals are intermingled with honeysuckle blossoms in the aromatics of the 2001 Riesling Auslese Brauneberger Juffer Sonnenuhr. This stunner is elegant beyond words, powerful, crystalline, and has a mind-boggling finish. Its light to medium-bodied, satin-textured personality is boldly flavored yet airy. Quartz, assorted minerals, verbena, and hints of candied limes are found in this complete offering's complex character. Anticipated maturity: 2007-2020+. (PR)
A floral, faintly rose-petal nose, over stony citrus and ripe green fig. On the palate, rich apricot and orange intensity with an energy that cuts through the sweetness. Mouthwatering finish. 17.5/20 Points (JH)
Cinnamon and allspice accents to the Bartlett pear and apple aromas lead to a deliciously citric and delicately pungent palate. From a slightly less hard, more water-retentive parcel, this Auslese is in a direct line from the Spatlese A.P. #7, equally juicy and engaging, but richer and more forcefully citric. 2 stars. (DS)
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