Wine Binderer St. Ursula, "Liebfraumilch"
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Reviews of purchase Binderer St. Ursula, "Liebfraumilch"
The wine is a pale straw color.
The wine has a light, elegant, fairly sweet taste.
The aroma of wine felt notes of ripe white fruit, exotic fruits and dried apricot, there are soft honey shades.
Because of its sweetness, the wine is perfect for feeding to confectionery products, fruit and a variety of cheeses.
Wine "milk of the beloved" is also called "Milk Madonna". For the first time this wine produced nuns of the monastery of the Virgin Mary, in the city of Worms. The first mention of "Liebfraumilch" documents found in the monastery of the XVIII century, but there is a legend that the nuns treated to Friedrich Barbarossa in the middle of the XII century. According to German law, "Liebfraumilch" must only be in the territory of 4 regions of Germany, including Reynhessene. "The milk of the beloved" is the most popular German wines in the world, is exactly half of the wine exports.
History Binderer began in 1951 in Munich. Its founder Gerold Binder oriented to import the best wines from around the world, but in 1987 he bought the winery "St. Ursula Vaynkelleray" in Bingen, and renamed the company in "Binderer St. Ursula Vaynkelleray". In 1990 the company acquired the plant vineyards and in Hungary, in a few years become the leaders of the Hungarian production and exports. Currently Binderer St. Ursula Weinkellerei - one of the largest German manufacturers, annually producing more than 60 million bottles of wine.
For more than 60 years of active work, the company has become the largest exporter, delivering German wines in more than two dozen countries in the Old and New World. High quality wines from Binderer St. Ursula Weinkellerei winery brought worldwide reputation. The company carries out large-scale export of own products, acquiring new fans.
In the arsenal of wines from Binderer has several prestigious awards received at the "Vinalies Internationales" in Paris, "Berliner Wein Trophy", "San Fransisco Wine Competition", as well as a prize from "Mundus Vini", which is issued based on the results of the tasting evaluation of 135 leading experts.