Joh. Jos. Prüm 2020 Auslese Wehlener Sonnenuhr Riesling (Mosel) Rating and Review | Wine Enthusiast
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Joh. Jos. Prüm 2020 Auslese Wehlener Sonnenuhr Riesling (Mosel)

Rating
95
Price
$75
Variety
Wine Type
Alcohol
7%
Bottle Size
750 ml
Issue Date
3/1/2023
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Graceful and sleek, with riveting notes of juicy nectarine, cantaloupe, clementine and dried mango flavors. It is lighter in style, but dances on the palate, combining power and poise. Layers keep peeling off and coming at you in waves, building in intensity with balance and length. Has a very precise finish of macerated fruit. Best after 2030. Aleks Zecevic

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