Varietals Produced by Köfererhof View all
Gewürztraminer’s direct and obvious charm has made it a popular varietal in almost every corner of the wine world. Ex...
Kerner was bred by German scientists in 1969. It is late-budding and frost-resistant, making it ideal for the cool gr...
This variety was developed by Dr. Hermann Muller in 1882. When naming the new grape, he added the name of the Swiss c...
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It's interesting. I've had a Kerner wine before. I had never even heard of a Kerner grape until now Read More
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May have been an over-aired bottle. Nose and pallet were mild with light acid and light ripe indistinct fruit and mineral. Finish of mineral. Clean and elegant, dry to off-dry, something might be wrong with bottle as tested. Read More
Limes and grass on the nose. Nicely crisp and very mineral (silex). Crisp finish. Nice Read More
Fresh and quite intense on the nose, it has a nice perfumed bouquet. On the palate the wine is well balanced with subtle acidity and a lovely round and aromatic style. Flavours of peach, white flowers and citrus, it is a perfect wine for lunch time.QChttp://www.questionofwine.blogspot.com Read More