Notes from a blind tasting.
I have known for a long time that the Jura can also be tasty, but the Sauternes surprises me a little now. It comes here absolutely without the otherwise annoying wine notes, although the development went in this direction when heated. I usually avoid bottling from Sauternes barrels, that would have been a mistake here.
Pears, peaches and malt immediately after pouring, shortly afterwards dry herbs and strawberry punch and butterscotch. I mean to discover a very slight trace of sulfur. After a while, a lot of caramel, a little sweaty, fruit compote, primarily peaches and apricots, and above all these dry herbs and also hints of vanilla and yeast. Everything is very intense, appears very mature and set. With movement, it becomes significantly more spicy. He doesn't like warmth at first, the fruity notes are now partly immature and fermented, lactic acid.
It is also incredibly fruity in the mouth, with a little honey and a powerful chili catch. The start is also very powerful, but the mouthfeel is rather watery. A little oak is added to the back, but very moderately.
The finish is rather short, it dries off clearly and becomes slightly tart. The chest is warmed for a long time.