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Berg Rottland Erstes Gewachs Johannishof 2004

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Extremely fragrant, showing floral, pine and tropical fruit notes and perhaps a little botrytis too. This is more like an auslese in profile, yet delicious, with fine balance and a strong mineral undercurrent. Still, it remains delicate.

Region: Germany » Rhine » Berg Rottland

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  • 2004

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Color: White
Varietal: Riesling
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Weingut Johannishof:
Wine-growing can be traced back in the family in old documents to the year 1685. The origin of the proberty, originally a mill, dates back to 1790. Wine-growing in the vicinity of the Elsterbach stream is mentioned in a document already in 817. "Two hides of land with vineyards which yield six tuns of wine," Emperor Lewis the Pious, Charlemagne`s son, recorded in a document in 817, " located in... Read more
Wine-growing can be traced back in the family in old documents to the year 1685. The origin of the proberty, originally a mill, dates back to 1790. Wine-growing in the vicinity of the Elsterbach stream is mentioned in a document already in 817. "Two hides of land with vineyards which yield six tuns of wine," Emperor Lewis the Pious, Charlemagne`s son, recorded in a document in 817, " located in the place Elisa", by the present-day Elsterbach stream which flows past the manor house. The estate is run by Johannes and Sabine Eser by the support of Hans-Hermann and his wife Elfriede Eser. Read less

Extremely fragrant, showing floral, pine and tropical fruit notes and perhaps a little botrytis too. This is more like an auslese in profile, yet delicious, with fine balance and a strong mineral undercurrent. Still, it remains delicate.

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