Schloss Schonborn Riesling Auslese Erbacher Marcobrunn 1994

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This is the oldest estate in Germany under continuous family ownership: 27 generations spanning over 670 years. 'No o...

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Woodland Hills Wine Company
Woodland Hills, CA (960 mi)
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750ml
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This is the oldest estate in Germany under continuous family ownership: 27 generations spanning over 670 years. 'No other estate in the Rheingau possesses such a bevy of fine vineyards as this highly traditional property in Hattenheim,' writes Joel Payne. Indeed, their formidable holdings of 50ha in the Rheingau comprise choice parcels in 38 vineyards, which include virtually all of the top sites of the appellation. Most have been in the family's care since 1349; several fabulous sites, like the grand cru Erbacher Marcobrunn, were added in the 17th and 18th centuries. Yields are exceptionally low and the best wines are aged in monumental 100-year-old casks.

This is the oldest estate in Germany under continuous family ownership: 27 generations spanning over 670 years. 'No other estate in the Rheingau possesses such a bevy of fine vineyards as this highly traditional property in Hattenheim,' writes Joel Payne. Indeed, their formidable holdings of 50ha in the Rheingau comprise choice parcels in 38 vineyards, which include virtually all of the top sites of the appellation. Most have been in the family's care since 1349; several fabulous sites, like the grand cru Erbacher Marcobrunn, were added in the 17th and 18th centuries. Yields are exceptionally low and the best wines are aged in monumental 100-year-old casks.

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