Kreuznacher Kronenberg Riesling Kabinett

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Crawley, UK (5,600 mi)
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1000ml
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The Kreuznacher Kronenberg originates from the Nahe, situated between the Mosel and the Rhine. The wines from the Nahe vary considerably due to the... Read more

The Kreuznacher Kronenberg originates from the Nahe Valley in Germany, situated between the Mosel and the Rhine. The wines from the Nahe vary consi... Read more

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Source: Great Wines Direct
11/09/2010

The Kreuznacher Kronenberg originates from the Nahe, situated between the Mosel and the Rhine. The wines from the Nahe vary considerably due to the different soil types. Rieslings from steep slopes where the soil is slatey are amongst Germanys top wines. The even climate, warm summers and mild winters, is typical for this region. This wine comes in the traditional Blue Bottle; a reminder back to the time when the bottles were made on the land and the cobalt from the region used to colour the bottles blue. Vintage: 2009 Grapes: 100% Riesling Soil: Slate. Serve: Chilled at 11 to 14C to accompany poultry, ham pork or fish dishes. Great with cheese and onion pies. Also ideal as a light aperitif. Taste: The wine is labelled in a special blue Nahe colour; an old tradition. The wine itself is fruity, fresh and elegant with a bouquet reminiscent of summer flowers. A wine to be enjoyed within 3 years of vintage.


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Source: Great Wines Direct
10/16/2012

The Kreuznacher Kronenberg originates from the Nahe Valley in Germany, situated between the Mosel and the Rhine. The wines from the Nahe vary considerably due to the different soil types. Rieslings from steep slopes where the soil is slatey are amongst Germany's top white wines. The even climate, warm summers and mild winters, is typical for this region. This wine comes in the traditional Blue Bottle; a reminder back to the time when the bottles were made on the land and the cobalt from the region used to colour the bottles blue. Grapes : 100% Riesling Region: Germany / Rheinland - Palatinate / Nahe Valley Notes : The wine is labelled in a special blue Nahe colour; an old tradition. The wine itself is fruity, fresh and elegant with a bouquet reminiscent of summer flowers. Serve : Chilled at 11 to 14C to accompany poultry, ham pork or fish dishes. Great with cheese and onion pies. Also ideal as a light aperitif. ABV : 9.00%


Winemaker's Notes:

The Kreuznacher Kronenberg originates from the Nahe, situated between the Mosel and the Rhine. The wines from the Nahe vary considerably due to the different soil types. Rieslings from steep slopes where the soil is slatey are amongst Germanys top wines. The even climate, warm summers and mild winters, is typical for this region. This wine comes in the traditional Blue Bottle; a reminder back to the time when the bottles were made on the land and the cobalt from the region used to colour the bottles blue. Vintage: 2009 Grapes: 100% Riesling Soil: Slate. Serve: Chilled at 11 to 14C to accompany poultry, ham pork or fish dishes. Great with cheese and onion pies. Also ideal as a light aperitif. Taste: The wine is labelled in a special blue Nahe colour; an old tradition. The wine itself is fruity, fresh and elegant with a bouquet reminiscent of summer flowers. A wine to be enjoyed within 3 years of vintage.

The Kreuznacher Kronenberg originates from the Nahe, situated between the Mosel and the Rhine. The wines from the Nahe vary considerably due to the different soil types. Rieslings from steep slopes where the soil is slatey are amongst Germanys top wines. The even climate, warm summers and mild winters, is typical for this region. This wine comes in the traditional Blue Bottle; a reminder back to the time when the bottles were made on the land and the cobalt from the region used to colour the bottles blue. Vintage: 2009 Grapes: 100% Riesling Soil: Slate. Serve: Chilled at 11 to 14C to accompany poultry, ham pork or fish dishes. Great with cheese and onion pies. Also ideal as a light aperitif. Taste: The wine is labelled in a special blue Nahe colour; an old tradition. The wine itself is fruity, fresh and elegant with a bouquet reminiscent of summer flowers. A wine to be enjoyed within 3 years of vintage.

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