Coravin 4/18/15: Light greenish-golden color; nose has petrol, some sweet white fruits, slight salinity; palate is light bodied, superb acidity throughout, white fruits that present at the start but fade before the midpalate (slightly clipped), slight salinity through midpalate; finish is short and feels a little cut off. A fairly good riesling and an excellent sipper, but not profound and not up to JJ Prum's sweeter cuvees from this vineyard. Ready now. 90
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You want 2007 JJ Prum regardless of price. Here you go....Prum's top vineyard bottling at the lowest price I can muster. The 2007s are the most anticipated wines from JJ Prum since 2001 for good reason - they will age like timeless butterflies for years. Due to limited quantities, that's all I will say.
(This is not Weins-Prum, S.A Prum or the generic JJ Prum Kabinett, Bernkasteler-Badstube Kabinett or Graacher-Himmelreich Kabinett - all are $15-$25. The Wehlener is the most expensive and is the signature Kabinett bottling from the estate):
ONE SHIPMENT ONLY directly from the source at this price
STRICT LIMIT 24/person until we run out
2007 JJ Prum Wehlener-Sonnenuhr Riesling Kabinett
Jon Rimmerman Garagiste Seattle, WA
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