My first Kracher...very rich but not cloying...wonderful creamy tropical fruit, apricot...vanilla honey, creme brulee crust, white flower blossoms, some tobacco, butterscotch. Good lift of blood orange acidity, some crushed flint, slight bitters.......super sweetie sipper!
Medium golden color with oily intensity. A bit constraint nose of pear and stone fruit (apricot and peach mostly), maturing nose but still cool and ripe vibe at the same time with a pureness in the fruit and some citric aspect to cool it. Clearly a blend but it doesn't mean bad. Full bodied and long length with lot's of sugar or simple syrup texture and med alcohol with med high acidity balancing the sweetness. The flavors follow the aromas with added botrytis and creme brûlée notes with that lime finish. Balance is almost there but not quite. Falled apart when had the second glass
Overall, quite an easy-going wine with lot's of fun. Not overly complex and more about enjoyment than contemplation. Excellent performance. Drinking this feels like the typical evening with a fortified liquid creme brûlée not forgetting the sugar glaze for dessert. Crack.
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