Erbacher Marcobrunn Auslese Riesling
Schloss Reinhartshausen (Reinhartshausen Castle, pronounced Rhine-hearts-how-sen”) continues to be identified with creation of uncommon and majestic German Rieslings since 1337. Over the decades, this magnificent property on the banking institutions from the Rhine provides performed a central function in the Rheingau district’s popularity being a source of a number of the world’s most transcendent white wines. Admired because of their richness and depth, these full-bodied, opulent wines are occasionally known as the Kings of German Riesling.
Schloss Reinhartshausen embraces 15 different vineyard sites situated in the vicinity from the townships of Erbach and Hattenheim. Included in these are a significant part of the renowned Grand Cru Erbacher Marcobrunn vineyard, aswell as the neighboring Erbacher Schlossberg site in its 15-acre entirety. Using a mixed total of 203 acres planted to vine, Schloss Reinhartshausen may be the largest privately possessed wine property in the Rheingau and it is a member from the VDP (Verband Deutscher Qualitäts- und Prädikatsweingüter).
Designation: Pradikatswein, Auslese
This powerful and elegant Auslese Riesling is created from grapes grown in the famed Marcobrunn vineyard in Germany’s Rheingau region.
The hands harvested Auslese wines result from an array of extremely ripe, botrytised grapes. The instant treating from the grapes is vital to keep the wines apparent and to protect their organic aromas and tastes. Your wine spends 35 times fermenting at a minimal temperature.
Extremely aromatic, with special aromas of peach, apricot and pineapple.
Elegant and effective notes of hazelnut, dried out fruit, honey and herbs.