WSET Level 4 Course - WSET School; 9/6/2014-5/23/2015 (WSET School, Bermondsey): Appearance: The wine is Clear with a Pale lemon colour. Pale edging medium intensity Nose: The nose is Clean and Developing, showing Medium(+) intensity primary aromas of lemon, lime marmalade, grapefruit, peach, apricot, tropical fruit and tertiary aromas of honey, petrol. Palate: The wine is Sweet in the mouth with a High level of acidity. It has a Low Level of alcohol (7.50%). It has Medium(+) body and Medium(+) intensity primary flavours of lemon, lime marmalade, grapefruit, peach, apricot, tropical fruit and tertiary flavours of honey, petrol. The finish is Long. Mouthcoating texture. Light parafin/petrol notes. Hint of tropical fruit. Overall: Good balance between acidity, fruit and sweetness. Long finish, good concentration and complexity. Good potential for further ageing. Conclusion: It is an Outstanding quality wine. Can Drink Now but has Potential for Ageing This will improve and reward further ageing/; Premium priced (£32.99)
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I'd like to go into more detail here but I've been unable to acquire a significant enough parcel to make a louder splash.
This wine is so limited in 2007 it's almost silly - most state allocations are in bottles, not cases. Somehow Prum has harnessed the splendor of the 2007 vintage with an Auslese that will bowl you over. This portfolio continues to dominate in 2007 and I can't even imagine what the GK wines are like. This is actually a bargain Riesling that is worth the money and it's going to be a rarity after the first wave of allocations dissipates.
ONE SHIPMENT ONLY directly from the winery cellar - we cannot get a second shipment