Weingut am Rosenberg
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Kerner was bred by German scientists in 1969. It is late-budding and frost-resistant, making it ideal for the cool gr...
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Jul 20, 2014
This is the smoothest wine I have ever tasted. My oldest son (a naval officer) bought this wine for us in Germany. We drank it to celebrate their dad's life (also a navy captain) who passed away recently. I would love to buy more of this wine if it's available here in the USA. It is such a joy to drink this wonderful wine.
Mar 27, 2012
While living in Wuerzburg,Germany I had the pleasure of being a vendor for Weingut am Rosenberg. My husband and I also worked at bazaars selling their wine. I can honestly say that everything they offer is excellent and of good quality. I really miss their wine!
So it had been well over 20 years since I had visited Europe last - the Berlin ... ... The first is a "Weingut am Rosenberg Mosel 2007 Osanner Rosenberg Riesling-Hochgewachs" which we have not uncorked yet and the other we did which was EXCELLENT as I am a big fan of Rieslings - this bottle was "Hessische Staatsweinguter Kloster Eberbach 2008... Read More
Have not had the 2006er but am enjoying the crisp, defined taste of the 2005er now. I was fortunate to acquire a case before leaving Germany in 2008. Excellent pairing with poultry, fish or veggies, as a dessert wein or simply enjoying with friends who have a discrete palate! Clean, sweet, crisp, sharp fruity flavour with a fruity nose. Semi-s... Read More
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