a bit of sulphur (but within my tolerance, seems to blow off). Peach and nectarine, some lemony citrus, mild note of petrol. As it warms a bit the petrol and some slate peek out more. Tasty, probably better with more time, but I quite enjoyed. B+/A-
The 1st thing that always pops into my mind when I drink JJ Prum is "liquid gold". Delicious sweet entry with orange blossoms, apples, pears, mineral and a bit of petrol. Glide along the palate and was an amazing pairing with crab.
Raid Len's Cellar #3: Apple, slate, smoke, mandarin and floral notes on the nose. The palate is delicious, with beautiful pure fruit and great balancing acidity - the sweetness is barely apparent with the mineral profile taking centre stage. Would go fantastically well with or without food.
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(J.J. Prum Graacher Himmelreich Spatlese) A touch of sulfur, decaying leaves and flowers peeking through. Very concentrated and pure with a sliken-like texture and wonderful elegance. Just gorgeous wine with perfect balance between ripeness and acidity.
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