Rose garden and monastery path
Origin: Rosengarten location, grown on loess and loess loam soil and monastery path, deep loam clay soil
Vinification: The grapes are harvested by hand and pressed after a short maceration.
The coarse sedimentation and the spontaneous fermentation is still supported by the puristic style that arises with the expansion in the concrete egg.
The coarse pores of the concrete create a micro-oxidation that is only known from wooden barrels.
The long expansion with the yeast of 10 months creates a very special taste experience. After maturation, after a rough filtration, the wine is bottled.
This wine then matured in the bottle for another 6 months.
Description of the wine: subtle yellow fruity aromas, fresh herbal scent, creamy, elegant acidity, fine roasted aromas
Other wine recommendations: Chardonnay Rosengarten , Pinot Blanc from Rhodt Pinot Blanc Rosengarten
|serving temperature||10ºC to 12ºC|
|Note on allergens||contains sulphites|
|quality||quality wine b. A|
|content per bottle||0.75 liters|