Cederberg Winery Bukettraube 2010
Bukettraube is a white variety of German origin. "Pale yellow. Come-hither aromas of peach, lime blossom and honeysuckle; rather muscat-like. Tactile and *slightly sweet but not at all heavy*, with perfectly integrated acidity framing and lifting the flavors of white peach, ripe citrus fruits and anise. Finishes long, with mouth-cleansing acidity. Serve this with spicy foods, as you might use a riesling, or enjoy it on its own." Stephen Tanzer's Int'l Wine Cellar
Delicious sweet wine that has just enough acidity to bring the wine back from the "too sweet" threshold. I typically do not like sweet wine and found this utterly enjoyable
This wine is amazing. I've had the previous vintage which i felt was lighter and effervescent, but this one rocks too! Medium bodied, tons of tropical fruit mixted with some pine, a slightly petrol texture with a hint of sweetness that is enticing. WONDERFUL!
Wonderful white. Grapefruit and peach with floral notes. Long finish, lovely balance. Great value at around $18.
External Reviews for Cederberg Winery Bukettraube
(bukettraube is a white variety of German origin; 24 g/l residual sugar): Pale yellow. Come-hither aromas of peach lime blossom and honeysuckle; rather muscat-like. Tactile and slightly sweet but not at all heavy with perfectly integrated acidity framing and lifting the flavors of white peach ripe citrus fruits and anise. Finishes long with mouth-cleansing acidity. Serve this with spicy foods as you might use a riesling or enjoy it on its own; in South Africa it s often paired with Cape Malay cuisine. Stephen Tanzers IWC.
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