2017 JJ Prum Riesling Auslese

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$54.99

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Winemaker Notes

On the nose, snappy flavors of green apple and grapefruit. On the palate, broad-textured, supported by a fresh acidity.
Pair with Asian spicy cuisine or serve as a dessert wine.

Robert Parker 96 Points

Wine Enthusiast 95 Points

Wine Spectator 94 Points

About Joh. Jos. Phrüm

Joh. Jos. Phrüm needs no introduction to Riesling lovers, having already become a Mosel icon during the nearly five decades during which its namesake’s son Sebastien was in charge. Katharina Prüm has been active alongside her father, Manfred, since early in the new millennium, and the two of them perpetuate a house style that has itself become a Mosel archetype: wines of delicacy and restrained sweetness, often strongly marked in youth by yeasty and otherwise fermentative aromas, and tingling with dissolved CO2. Their longevity is legendary, and the Prüms personally don’t care to drink their own wines – even the Kabinetts – with less than a dozen, and usually many more, years in bottle. The aromas of youthful Prüm wines make it obvious that fermentation here is entirely spontaneous. Manfred makes no secret of his longstanding disinterest in legally dry wines. These are uncompromising, benchmark Mosel wines.

2017 JJ Prum Riesling Auslese

$54.99

1 in stock

Country

Size

Vintage

Categories: , ,

Winemaker Notes

On the nose, snappy flavors of green apple and grapefruit. On the palate, broad-textured, supported by a fresh acidity.
Pair with Asian spicy cuisine or serve as a dessert wine.

Robert Parker 96 Points

Wine Enthusiast 95 Points

Wine Spectator 94 Points

About Joh. Jos. Phrüm

Joh. Jos. Phrüm needs no introduction to Riesling lovers, having already become a Mosel icon during the nearly five decades during which its namesake’s son Sebastien was in charge. Katharina Prüm has been active alongside her father, Manfred, since early in the new millennium, and the two of them perpetuate a house style that has itself become a Mosel archetype: wines of delicacy and restrained sweetness, often strongly marked in youth by yeasty and otherwise fermentative aromas, and tingling with dissolved CO2. Their longevity is legendary, and the Prüms personally don’t care to drink their own wines – even the Kabinetts – with less than a dozen, and usually many more, years in bottle. The aromas of youthful Prüm wines make it obvious that fermentation here is entirely spontaneous. Manfred makes no secret of his longstanding disinterest in legally dry wines. These are uncompromising, benchmark Mosel wines.

Winemaker Notes

On the nose, snappy flavors of green apple and grapefruit. On the palate, broad-textured, supported by a fresh acidity.
Pair with Asian spicy cuisine or serve as a dessert wine.

Robert Parker 96 Points

Wine Enthusiast 95 Points

Wine Spectator 94 Points

About Joh. Jos. Phrüm

Joh. Jos. Phrüm needs no introduction to Riesling lovers, having already become a Mosel icon during the nearly five decades during which its namesake’s son Sebastien was in charge. Katharina Prüm has been active alongside her father, Manfred, since early in the new millennium, and the two of them perpetuate a house style that has itself become a Mosel archetype: wines of delicacy and restrained sweetness, often strongly marked in youth by yeasty and otherwise fermentative aromas, and tingling with dissolved CO2. Their longevity is legendary, and the Prüms personally don’t care to drink their own wines – even the Kabinetts – with less than a dozen, and usually many more, years in bottle. The aromas of youthful Prüm wines make it obvious that fermentation here is entirely spontaneous. Manfred makes no secret of his longstanding disinterest in legally dry wines. These are uncompromising, benchmark Mosel wines.