This takes the aromas of power-pack GrüVe and disperses them into a skein of detail,
which is always striking for such a big wine – not to mention the quality of the aromas.
This, again, is great wine, more moderate than '07 or '06, more melting and accommodating.
Bründlmayer's Lamm is analog and enveloping; this one is digital while being
just as hospitable. Is it as great as the '06 and '07 were? I don't know, but I'll buy more
of this for myself, and will get more joy from it.
"A creamy, lush and tropical-tasting white, with concentrated aromas and flavors of pineapple, guava, apricot and hints of pecan. The rich finish is powerfully smoky and spicy, with a delicate, minerally essence. Drink now through 2020. 67 cases imported."