The Prüm family history in the Mosel goes back to 1156, but it was Johann Josef Prüm who founded the estate in 1911 – the Prüm wines are regarded amongst the finest in Germany. Katharina is now at the helm of running this prestigious address, and they tend old vines in some of the top vineyard sites, including the legendary Wehlener Sonnenuhr (named after the sundial built in the vineyard in 1842 by Jodocus Prüm, an ancestor of J.J. Prüm).
Poured from magnum at Gezellig (a Dutch word translating loosely as ‘atmosphere, good times, being together’), a two week stint at Carousel London by former sommelier Wieteke Teppema and chef Graham Long. A riotous menu involved Scotch Eggs and sausage rolls, Szechuan roasted duck, and a Riseley cheese and lamb fat toastie.
@GezelligLND (more dates and restaurant soon)