Schloss Johannisberg Riesling Grunlack Spatlese 2007

External Review by Great Wines Direct:

Schloss Johannisberg in the Rheingau is a Landmark and meeting point of culture and wine growing. A top-ranking 35 ha single vineyard wine estate and a monument to the history of wine. Schloss Johannisberg is the oldest Riesling-Estate of the world (100% Riesling since 1720). It is the home of the quality designations for German wine, especially for Spätlese (late harvest - invented in 1775) but also for Auslese (selected harvest - in 1787) and Eiswein (wine from frozen grapes - in 1858). The wines have gained their reputation as belonging to the finest produced in Germany. Their elegance, fruit and flavour delight the connoisseur and consumer alike. Grapes: 100% Estate Grown Riesling Viticulture: Late harvested grapes. Alcohol: 8,5 % by vol. Acidity: &nbs...

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External Reviews for Schloss Johannisberg Riesling Grunlack Spatlese

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Source: Great Wines Direct
03/23/2010

Schloss Johannisberg in the Rheingau is a Landmark and meeting point of culture and wine growing. A top-ranking 35 ha single vineyard wine estate and a monument to the history of wine. Schloss Johannisberg is the oldest Riesling-Estate of the world (100% Riesling since 1720). It is the home of the quality designations for German wine, especially for Spätlese (late harvest - invented in 1775) but also for Auslese (selected harvest - in 1787) and Eiswein (wine from frozen grapes - in 1858). The wines have gained their reputation as belonging to the finest produced in Germany. Their elegance, fruit and flavour delight the connoisseur and consumer alike. Grapes: 100% Estate Grown Riesling Viticulture: Late harvested grapes. Alcohol: 8,5 % by vol. Acidity: &nbs...




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