Current release at 13 yo, but still a youngster imo. Tbh, I would have decanted this. Nose could have been better, probably muted by some free sulphur in the beginning? Did open up as the night progressed.
Fucking gorgeous! We're talking candied lemon, stone fruits, smoke (intense!), honey, fresh herbs, spices, minerality. Light but intense, if that even makes sense for an obscenely sweet wine. In a way, that's a hallmark of Prüm's? It drives it home with the long finish. This was pure (vs. Tba say), without being too pure (vs. Canadian ice wine say; perhaps it's the age?). Hands down the best ice wine I've had! — 9 days ago
On good form. Golden in colour though still very light for it's age - there was something almost buttery over the way the wine behaved in the glass; nose of honey blossom and apricot flower, with hints of orange peel and fresh hay; rounded and complete, though with slightly low acidity for my taste, particularly for a Saar of this vintage. Tiring a little but it still has a long way to go - like an autumn leaf that has just started turning colour but has a full few months of aged tranquility before it drops of the tree. — 7 days ago