Quite closed for a couple hours after opening, then zesty and balanced. $20. — 3 months ago
Elegantly sweet riesling with the acid to balance.
On the nose, ripe stonefruit accented with a touch of the minerality that's typical for the Mosel. It most certainly comes off as a riesling, but the kerosene notes have yet to become pronounced
On the palate, the texture is seamless yet not syrupy. As mentioned, it is sweet but well-balanced, drinkable on end without growing sick of the sweetness.
Overall, I drew out my glass with small sips to savor and continue revisiting it. Decades of age are left in this wine, but it's fantastic now as well. — 5 months ago
I think this is my first time trying a wine from the Juffer vineyard in Brauneberg, in the Mosel valley. This wine is shockingly enjoyable, a great tonic to a stressful week, with an overriding impression of salinity both on the nose and palate, as well as effusive aromas of lime and nectarines. The palate is, again, salty, with joyful harmony between fruit and acid - this leans toward the drier end of the Prädikat and, in an acidic vintage such as 2021, it provides a superbly tense, exciting riesling that’ll go well with Indian food tonight. This is up there with the finest young Kabinetts that I’ve tried.
Shame I didn’t buy more! — 25 days ago