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Food Pairings for Riesling Auslese Rüdesheim Berg Rottland Georg Breuer
Only the grapes and the best barrels will make their way into a bottle with the vineyard designation. Due to strict selection a severely limited amount of naturally fermented wine is produced from these sites each year, the ultimate criterion for selection being the absolute expression of terroir, from the most perfectly ripe and healthy Riesling grapes. These wines are released approximately 18 months after harvest. Breuer wines are characterized by precise balance of flavor extract and rassig (racy) aromatic elegance from slate soils, achieved through disciplined harvesting and minuscule yields. Natural clarification results from fermentation and less contact in oak ovals. Breuer Rieslings are universal (yes, Classical) and meant for the serious table. They are ageworthy, investment-quality wines of the highest order, regarded with considerable awe by the international trade and press.
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