CONTENT: 1,5 l
DESCRIPTION: Production area: With around 3000 ha, the Rheingau is one of the most areas small production of wine in Germany. The vineyards, located on extreme slopes facing south, are protected from the mountains Taunus from the cold north wind, having therefore conditions ideal ripening of the grapes. Variety: The Riesling, the noblest grape in Germany, recognized also as one of the largest in the world, matures late and from clean wines, with marked acidity, that keep powerful floral aromas. Ground: The "Berg Rottland" vineyards almost reach Rudesheim. Weary slate and clay give ideal conditions for the maturation of Riesling, which grows luxuriantly on one soil with high mineral content. The company: Following a philosophy of extreme quality Bernard Breuer led the family business, with its 30 ha, to be the most important property of the Rheingau. Today the brother Heinrich Breuer leads the company. His commitment is supported by the cellar master Hermann Schmoranz and the young generation of the Breuer family. Wine: Straw yellow with greenish reflections. Delicate aromas of peach, excellent minerality and great balance. An elegant game of fruit and acidity, of great style. (Low yield of 25 hl / hectare) Serving suggestions: To be drunk at around 9 ° C. Excellent with salmon, fish and white meats.
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