The dry Riesling
The sparkling wine impresses with a discreet fruit sweetness as well as an intensive grape aroma. This can come into focus through a unique yeast influence. By using the Méthode Rurale, the sparkling wine is created immediately in the first fermentation of the must.
The soils of the Rheingau
The taste and character of a wine is significantly influenced by the soil types found in the growing region. These vary in the Rheingau, but four main soil groups can be identified: Volcanic soils which produce full-bodied and rich wines, slate soils whose wines tend to be spicy and tangy, and shell limestone soils with powerful wines and loess and clay soils with wines rich in bouquet. Riesling tends to be grown at higher altitudes, where there is less haze and at the same time cool winds.
Matching dishes with Riesling
The Riesling is good to enjoy as an aperitif or with seafood or antipasti.