From the opening whiff, this is undoubtedly a Juffer wine, in its yummy fruit cocktail, yellow/golden fruit aromas that are just singin’. Then in the mouth, it has greater fruit richness than the Elisenberg, giving it a greater sense of charm, that finishes wonderfully lifted and poised, with a sense of class and precision. Man, this is gorgeous….A little * awarded here.
“The 2021er Brauneberger Juffer Riesling Kabinett was made from fruit picked at 78° Oechsle on 50-year-old vines and was fermented down to fruity-styled levels of residual sugar (48 g/l). It offers a quite aromatic and complex nose of orange, yellow peach, grapefruit, a hint of apricot, cherry, prune, and smoke. The wine is delicately juicy and fruit driven on the palate, but the acidity is quick to join the party and gives quite some focus to what could be seen as a slightly riper aromatic. The finish is straight, racy, and spicy, and almost sharp at this early stage, so that a couple of years are needed. 2028-2041” 93 Mosel Fine Wines