#07-06, 7.5% abv. Moderate hit of sulphur. Very powerful nose of ripe stone fruit counterbalanced by some floral notes and just a developing bit of petrol. Slightly effervescent. The palate is a bit thin-textured for an Auslese. Plenty of sweetness and just barely enough acid to hold it together, with white peach flavours dominating. The midpalate and finish are slightly bitter with almond flavours. Sadly, not the most inspiring bottle of Pruem I've had, but delicious nonetheless.
A beautiful wine. The slightest hint of petrol beginning to show on the nose (very slight). Ethereal in the mouth with delicate apricot, citrus, meringue, and some effervescence. Dances so lightly across the palate you hardly know its there except for the cool delicious touch with the weight of a feather. I would not call this plain or uninspiring, rather elegant, divine, and enjoyably fulfilling.
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(J.J. Prum Bernaksteler Badstube Auslese) Truly spectacular stuff here. Super minerally nose with intense white peaches. Very ripe. Fat and pure with a jaw-dropping creaminess. Dense with the cleanest botrytis you can imagine. A show-stopper.
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