Pale gold; lemons, limes, peaches, honeysuckle; semi-dry, grapefruit, peach, minerally, medium body, tangy acidity, long finish. Slightly sweet, citrus-peach with a clean, long finish. Very tasty, went well with salmon but also nice just to sip. Agree with Paul S - I thought it was a Mosel.
Medium intensity pale yellow with tartaric acid crystal sediment. Very complex nose of peaches and pears, some honey, white flowers and underlying but not overpowering kerosene. Really quite nice. Palate was medium- body and sweetness seemed a little restrained given Spatlese classification. Medium+ acidity balances everything out. Excellent length lingering for a while. Lovely bottle. Too bad I only had one.
Quick lighting taste when I went to collect some wines from Brad. Really surprisingly excellent. I probably would not be able to call it a Pfalz Spatlese if blinded. Lovely mineral nose, lots of chalk, along with some white flowers, and sweeter nectar, and honeysuckle notes. Serious stuff here, and much the same on the palate. Ripe lemons, gooseberries and nectarines on the attack, back-up by more citrus lime and lemon notes on the mid-palate, but all with really nice classic lines throughout - plenty of dry extract, great fresh balance and a minerally undercurrant. Impressive finish too. Honey, grapefruit, guava and a long chalky tail. Complex, serious, and plenty of character. An excellent showing from Von Buhl at this pradikat level.
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