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Deinhard White Blend Beerenauslese 2005

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Lemon color with vibrant golden hues. An explosive nose of light apricot and honey. Piquant berry sweetness, delicate fruit, great finesse and fine maturation development.

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Deinhard:
To make premium sparkling wine and wine is Deinhard’s passion. Thence this name stands for enjoyment and quality on an uppermost level. Deinhard presents a comprehensive sparkling wine and wine portfolio that holds something ready for each and every taste; something that elates and cossets connoisseurs. Deinhard’s home lies in the unique cultural landscape of the Mosel valley and the Mittelrh... Read more
To make premium sparkling wine and wine is Deinhard’s passion. Thence this name stands for enjoyment and quality on an uppermost level. Deinhard presents a comprehensive sparkling wine and wine portfolio that holds something ready for each and every taste; something that elates and cossets connoisseurs. Deinhard’s home lies in the unique cultural landscape of the Mosel valley and the Mittelrhein. Deinhard’s history, the roots of our business in our ancestral home, the deep attachment to our native soil and tradition, and not least our sparkling and still wines from favoured sites have its heritage here. The ancestral home’s traditional hospitableness lives on in the lovingly restored surroundings – the cellar museum in the historic cellars, the exclusive Vinotheque, and the restaurant “Deinhard’s”. Read less

External Reviews for Deinhard White Blend Beerenauslese

External Review
Source: Premium Wine & Spirits
01/03/2012

Rich, golden color in the glass; candied aromas of ripe apricot. Juicy-sweet on the palate, with tangy berry notes and a long, rich finish. This could be the answer to the after-dinner question, ldquo;whatrsquo;s for dessert?rdquo;


External Review
Source: Premium Wine & Spirits
01/03/2012

Most dessert wines are priced out of range for many peoplersquo;s ldquo;everydayrdquo; drinking, but the Deinhard Beerenauslese manages to maintain a high level of depth and quality at a truly affordable price. Lighter in body than the average ice wine, this Rheinhessen white is bright and lively, with a rich, honeyed mouthfeel and excellent acidity which keeps the wine balanced and fresh. P.S. mdash; Donrsquo;t feel restricted to serving this with dessert! The French often serve sweet wines like this with appetizers (it goes especially well with brie, pacirc;teacute; and other creamy aperitifs), and it also works well mixed in sparkling wine cocktails!


External Review
Source: Premium Wine & Spirits
05/19/2011

Aromas of this wine are of honey, apricot, and a distinct botrytis type funk. The palate shows notes of honey-nut, light apricot, and orange marmalade.


External Review
Source: Premier Wine & Spirits
01/10/2013

Most dessert wines are priced out of range for many peopleandrsquo;s andldquo;everydayandrdquo; drinking, but the Deinhard Beerenauslese manages to maintain a high level of depth and quality at a truly affordable price. Lighter in body than the average ice wine, this Rheinhessen white is bright and lively, with a rich, honeyed mouthfeel and excellent acidity which keeps the wine balanced and fresh. P.S. andmdash; Donandrsquo;t feel restricted to serving this with dessert! The French often serve sweet wines like this with appetizers (it goes especially well with brie, pandacirc;tandeacute; and other creamy aperitifs), and it also works well mixed in sparkling wine cocktails!


External Review
Source: Premier Wine & Spirits
02/14/2013

Aromas of this wine are of honey apricot and a distinct botrytis type funk. The palate shows notes of honey-nut light apricot and orange marmalade.


External Review
Source: Premier Wine & Spirits
06/07/2013

Most dessert wines are priced out of range for many people’s “everyday” drinking, but the Deinhard Beerenauslese manages to maintain a high level of depth and quality at a truly affordable price. Lighter in body than the average ice wine, this Rheinhessen white is bright and lively, with a rich, honeyed mouthfeel and excellent acidity which keeps the wine balanced and fresh. P.S. — Don’t feel restricted to serving this with dessert! The French often serve sweet wines like this with appetizers (it goes especially well with brie, pâté and other creamy aperitifs), and it also works well mixed in sparkling wine cocktails! Food pairing: spicy foods Flavor type: sem-dry Body type: medium-full Finish: rich



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Lemon color with vibrant golden hues. An explosive nose of light apricot and honey. Piquant berry sweetness, delicate fruit, great finesse and fine maturation development.

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