2010 Prum, Joh Jos Riesling Auslese Wehlener Sonnenuhr

2010 Prum, Joh Jos Riesling Auslese Wehlener Sonnenuhr

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  • Riesling
  • 750ML
  • IWC 95
  • WS 94
  • WA 93

Reviews for 2010 Prum, Joh Jos Riesling Auslese Wehlener Sonnenuhr

IWC 95
Stephen Tanzer's IWC - Stephen Tanzer's IWC, January 2012
Pale golden yellow. Heady aromas of strawberry and nut oil with a gentle hint of smoky botrytis. White peach fruit essences and mineral salts animate the creamily rich yet delicate palate. More concentrated than the other... Pale golden yellow. Heady aromas of strawberry and nut oil with a gentle hint of smoky botrytis. White peach fruit essences and mineral salts animate the creamily rich yet delicate palate. More concentrated than the other ausleses at this address in more of a BA style. But with its strong acidity this impressive wine will mature into a great auslese.
WS 94
Wine Spectator - Wine Spectator, March 2012
Very creamy rich and elegant with luscious peach apple compote and lemon cake flavors that feature hints of chamomile. Everything is in proportion with notes of Key lime pie on the ethereal finish. Drink now through 2040. -KM
WA 93
Robert Parker's Wine Advocate - Robert Parker's Wine Advocate, February 2012
A Prum 2010 Wehlener Sonnenuhr Riesling Auslese A.P. #17 allies ennobled richness of vanilla- and honey-tinged apple and alluring creaminess of texture to juicy vivacity of citrus; low alcohol levity; and transparency to... A Prum 2010 Wehlener Sonnenuhr Riesling Auslese A.P. #17 allies ennobled richness of vanilla- and honey-tinged apple and alluring creaminess of texture to juicy vivacity of citrus; low alcohol levity; and transparency to nuances of honeysuckle and heliotrope perfume crushed stone and brown spices. The palpably high extract here and hint of chewy fruit skin do not detract from an overriding sense of polish and buoyancy. While its at once soothing and stimulating long finish is ravishingly long it will take time for this Auslese to reveal what is probably an advantage in nascent nuanced complexity vis-a-vis the corresponding Bernkasteler. Time will as always be on its side and I would not recommend seriously tucking into bottles of this for at least 12-15 years with expectations for it to hit age 40 acting youthful.-David Schildknecht