The art of winemaking is a 2,000-
Riper grapes provide more aroma and more flavor, hence a more expressive and flavourful wine. Sweetness in a wine, an attribute independent of its quality level, does not depend on the ripeness of grapes but on the winemaker’s decision regarding the fermentation process.
The wines from the Nahe valley have a wide variety of tasting nuances due to the varying soil structure. The Rieslings that come from the slaty soil in these steep sites are some of the best in Germany. The harmonious climate, warm summers and mild winters are typical for this region.
For more than 200 years the Schmitt family has been involved in the art of winemaking in the Mosel, passing on its knowledge and experience from generation to generation. In 1919 the company Schmitt Söhne was founded and today its headquarters at Longuich in the Mosel is the focal point for its world-
The wine is packaged using a special blue bottle which is an old, traditional, Nahe colour. The wine itself is fruity, fresh and elegant with aromas reminiscent of summer flowers.
Fruity and fresh with aromas reminiscent of summer flowers.
Serve chilled 11 -
Ideal with ham, pork or fish dishes.
Bin No.: 0902
Producer: Schmitt Söhne
Vintage: 2014 Vintage
Grape Varieties: 75% Riesling
Allergens: contains sulphites
Dry/Sweet: 5 (1 is dry, 7 is very sweet)
abv: 9.0% Bottle size: 75cl