Riesling Alte Reben “vom Löss” quality wine – Winemaker of Erbach


(14,13  / 1 Liter)

Riesling Alte Reben “vom Löss” quality wine – Winemaker of Erbach

Minimum order quantity: 3 bottles

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Riesling Alte Reben “vom Löss” quality wine

This rich and elegant Riesling is made from carefully selected, fully ripe grapes grown in vineyards over 30 years old. The loess-rich soil on which the vines thrive not only gives the wine great potential but also a promising future.

The Vinum Wine Guide 2022 particularly highlights the powerful version from these old vines, underscoring the quality and character of this wine.

Winemaker of Erbach

The Winzergenossenschaft Erbach in the Rheingau, known for its award-winning wines, particularly the fruity-spicy Rieslings, has been acclaimed by Hugh Johnson as the best wine cooperative in the Rheingau.

Founded in 1953, the cooperative combines tradition and modernity in its historic vineyards and the 1903 wine press hall.

The vineyards in Kiedrich and Rauenthal benefit from a unique climate and mainly include white grape varieties such as Riesling. The quality of the wines is based on meticulous vineyard work and state-of-the-art cellar technology, with the red wines maturing in high-quality oak barrels.

Suitable Pairings

This wine is perfectly suited to refined fish dishes, seafood, or fine Asian cuisine, where it skillfully complements the variety of flavors in these dishes.

Wines from the Rheingau

Interested in this Riesling and want to try it? We’d be happy to put together a Rheingau or white wine package for you. Feel free to send us a message at: wein@wine-love.de.

Find more wines from the Rheingau here.

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Contains sulphites

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White wine


4,3 g/l


5,5 g/l


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