Weingut Weegmüller Gewürztraminer Spätlese Trocken NV

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Riesling is the dominant variety grown in the north of the Pfalz region. The Weegmuller family owns 15ha of vines, 50...

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Crawley, UK (4,100 mi)
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Riesling is the dominant variety grown in the north of the Pfalz region. The Weegmuller family owns 15ha of vines, 50% of which are Riesling. T... Read more

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Source: Great Wines Direct
10/16/2012

Riesling is the dominant variety grown in the north of the Pfalz region. The Weegmuller family owns 15ha of vines, 50% of which are Riesling. The soil in the region is very diverse, ranging from limestone and chalk to alluvial gravel. This wine has been given the Trocken classification, meaning that it has been fermented until dry. Kabinett refers to wines where the grapes were fully ripened, often producing wine low in alcohol with crisp acidity Grapes: Riesling Region: Germany / Rheinland-Palatinate / Rheinpfalz Notes: Refreshingly fruity, not a hint of petrol, just tropical fruits, lemon and lime on the tongue. More New World in style with low residual sugar - this is a wine to give to people that say they do not like German wines! Packed to the rafters with fruit but with a lovely intensity and rapier like acidity on the finish. Its rich but dry Serve: White bean tuna salad with lemon dressing ABV: 11.5%


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Riesling is the dominant variety grown in the north of the Pfalz region. The Weegmuller family owns 15ha of vines, 50% of which are Riesling. The soil in the region is very diverse, ranging from limestone and chalk to alluvial gravel. This wine has been given the Trocken classification, meaning that it has been fermented until dry. Kabinett refers to wines where the grapes were fully ripened, often producing wine low in alcohol with crisp acidity Vintage: 2008 Grapes: Riesling Region: Rheinpfalz, Germany Taste: Refreshingly fruity, not a hint of petrol, just tropical fruits, lemon and lime on the tongue. More New World in style with low residual sugar - this is a wine to give to people that say they do not like German wines! Packed to the rafters with fruit but with a lovely intensity and rapier like acidity on the finish. Its rich but dry Serve: White bean tuna salad with lemon dressing ABV: 11.5%

Riesling is the dominant variety grown in the north of the Pfalz region. The Weegmuller family owns 15ha of vines, 50% of which are Riesling. The soil in the region is very diverse, ranging from limestone and chalk to alluvial gravel. This wine has been given the Trocken classification, meaning that it has been fermented until dry. Kabinett refers to wines where the grapes were fully ripened, often producing wine low in alcohol with crisp acidity Vintage: 2008 Grapes: Riesling Region: Rheinpfalz, Germany Taste: Refreshingly fruity, not a hint of petrol, just tropical fruits, lemon and lime on the tongue. More New World in style with low residual sugar - this is a wine to give to people that say they do not like German wines! Packed to the rafters with fruit but with a lovely intensity and rapier like acidity on the finish. Its rich but dry Serve: White bean tuna salad with lemon dressing ABV: 11.5%

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