The “regular” Juffer is sourced from 30-40 year old vines found in several small parcels of richer soils. Picked at just a few oechsle higher (my notes say 83), this shows just how delicate of a balance harvest timing is. This has notably greater Juffer tutti-frutti concentration, with very good finesse and sustaning intensity. This will please any and all…..another little * awarded here.
“The Juffer Kabinett (AP13) was harvested at 84° Oechsle. It offers a delicately creamy nose of vineyard peach, melon, grapefruit and fine herbs. The wine is juicy and spicy on the palate and leaves a great refreshingly tart feel in the long and focused finish. This structured Kabinett will need a good decade in the bottle in order to develop its full potential. It could eventually warrant a higher rating as it mellows away and integrates aromatically. 2026-2041” 91+ MFW