This was a terrifically flavorful, but not overly sweet, after dinner wine.
Eye: Very light straw color.
Nose: Drop-dead gorgeous nose of apricots, lychee nuts, yeasty bread, and a subtle background note of stony minerals.
Mouth: Ripe, rich flavors of buttery apricots and cherries, with earthy straw notes. Auslese-level sweetness. Long, clean finish, with a slow fade of apricot, straw and bread. Not at all tiring to drink, yet with fairly low acidity.
Cellar or drink? Drink over the next year, as this does not have the intense acidity to ensure much more aging.
Price/store: Got this for about $70 for a full, not half, bottle at Spec's on Smith.