Deep yellow colour; kerosene and toasty, honeyed, barley-sugar aromas, a suggestion of shoe polish. It's fully sweet, and mature. It's quite keroseney and I'm not sure it has the acid tension of a great auslese, but it's still highly attractive and drinking in its prime.93 pts - Angus Hughson (Wine Pilot)
Fantastic value here with a mature Auslese from a good year in peak condition. 2006 was a vintage chartacterised by lots of botrytis in the vineyard and this wine shows it with exotic aromas of peach skin, butterscotch, and honey, while retaining its streamlined shape. Sweetness is well balanced by fresh acidity, the fruit powerful and rich with a long and detailed finish. A firmish finish suggests this wine is at peak and best over the next year or two.