Reserve set at £25.
Pierre Rovani’s WA early review from 2002:
Stones, minerals, and smoky peaches are found in the aromatic profile of the 2000 Tokay-Pinot Gris Furstentum. Medium to full-bodied, this thick, concentrated wine is crammed with plump layers of yellow plums (mirabelles), apricots, peaches, spices, and cloves. It has a creamy texture, outstanding depth, and a boisterous, well-balanced character. Projected maturity: 2004-2014.
Just one CT review:
9/19/2003 Alc. 13.1%
Colour: Bright golden with glints of orange, viscous with thick slow sheeting legs
Nose: cooked apricot, peach, lemon meringue and orange zest.
Palate: Pretty intense sweet stewed apricot and mandarin orange marmalade flavours. A rich buttery mouth-feel contrasted by some sassy, zippy acid that as you all know I quite enjoy for it’s special sensory stimulation.
Finish: Apricot meringue tart flavours carrying a 25 second finish.
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