Ten Years After
 July 15 2011, 14:48

Our 'ten years after' tastings are often one of the highlights of the summer sessions. With 2000, there was not much to write home about. This was, with perhaps 1982, one of the weakest vintages I have seen since I have lived in Germany. 2001 is quite different, both from vintage and the style of the individual producers.

The handwriting - often different today - was very much in evidence this afternoon, from the lean freshness of Joh. Jos. Prüm's Sonnenuhr through the creamy succulence of Reinhold Haart's Goldtröpchen to the crystallin balance of Lieser's Niederberg Helden.   Comments


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