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Georg Albrecht Schneider Riesling Kabinett Niersteiner Paterberg 2003

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Georg Albrecht Schneider:
Located in the winemaking village of Nierstein, Germany (Rheinhessen), Weingut Georg Albrecht Schneider has been making terroir-driven wines for seven generations. The property maintains 37 acres of premium vineyards situated along the Rhine River on which it cultivates over ten grape varieties (52% Riesling; 17% Müller-Thurgau; 8% Silvaner; 8% Pinot Gris/Blanc; 8% red wine varieties; 7% other)... Read more
Located in the winemaking village of Nierstein, Germany (Rheinhessen), Weingut Georg Albrecht Schneider has been making terroir-driven wines for seven generations. The property maintains 37 acres of premium vineyards situated along the Rhine River on which it cultivates over ten grape varieties (52% Riesling; 17% Müller-Thurgau; 8% Silvaner; 8% Pinot Gris/Blanc; 8% red wine varieties; 7% other). It produces mostly varietal wines in all styles and colors, including white, red, rosé, sparkling and dessert wines. Weingut Georg Albrecht Schneider is also a member of the Rote Hang society, a group of Riesling producers who make wines from Nierstein's acclaimed "Red Slope" soils. The Rote Hang (or “Red Slope”) is a unique rock formation created over 280 million years ago prior to the Ice Age. It is composed of Rotliegend (or “red lying” soils) featuring clay and sandstone layers enriched by large iron deposits, which gives the soils their red color. Rieslings from the Rote Hang are distinguished by their strong peach and apricot aromas, along with terrific minerality and balanced acidity. Read less
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