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Fritz Haag Brauneberger Juffer Sonnenuhr Riesling Spatlese AP #7 2015,  (VN94) from The BPW - Merchants of rare and fine wines.

Fritz Haag Brauneberger Juffer Sonnenuhr Riesling Spatlese AP #7

Vintage: 2015
Region: Germany

VN94
(2010 shown)

Rated 94 points by Vinous: "At the same 7.5 percent alcohol as its Juffer counterpart, this comes off as yet more delicate but also as more obviously sweet. (The raw materials differed by only one degree Oechsle and the finished wine harbors just 10 additional grams of sugar.) Peach, quince, mango and Persian melon present an altogether riper overall impression, seamless and soothing, complemented by a creamy texture and subtle oiliness. The finish floats off lusciously and buoyantly, like a carpet of decadent lily flowers on a sea of fruit. This wine could never have issued from the Juffer, opined Oliver Haag. I agree, and neither could this year`s Juffer Sp?tlese have been grown in the Sonnenuhr. It`s not just the sorts of fruit flavors involved or the dominant fruitiness of the Sonnenuhr; it`s the overall manner in which the wines present themselves, this one seamless and relatively sedate, the Juffer almost musically vibrant and interactive." -- David Schildknecht, June 2017


$37.99

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Fritz Haag Brauneberger Juffer Sonnenuhr Riesling Spatlese AP #7

Vintage: 2015
Region: Germany

VN94
(2010 shown)

Rated 94 points by Vinous: "At the same 7.5 percent alcohol as its Juffer counterpart, this comes off as yet more delicate but also as more obviously sweet. (The raw materials differed by only one degree Oechsle and the finished wine harbors just 10 additional grams of sugar.) Peach, quince, mango and Persian melon present an altogether riper overall impression, seamless and soothing, complemented by a creamy texture and subtle oiliness. The finish floats off lusciously and buoyantly, like a carpet of decadent lily flowers on a sea of fruit. This wine could never have issued from the Juffer, opined Oliver Haag. I agree, and neither could this year`s Juffer Sp?tlese have been grown in the Sonnenuhr. It`s not just the sorts of fruit flavors involved or the dominant fruitiness of the Sonnenuhr; it`s the overall manner in which the wines present themselves, this one seamless and relatively sedate, the Juffer almost musically vibrant and interactive." -- David Schildknecht, June 2017


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