Wine Carl Jung, "Selection Rot" Alkoholfreier
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Reviews of purchase Carl Jung, "Selection Rot" Alkoholfreier
The wine is dark ruby-burgundy color.
In the pure and silky taste of wine, strong tannins, pleasant fruit nuances and spicy notes prevail, continuing in a long aftertaste.
The aroma of wine is revealed by the shades of raspberries and red currants.
Wine is recommended to be served with grilled meat, poultry, game, salads, pasta with cream sauce, pizza, snacks and sandwiches.
Carl Jung, "Selection Rot" Alkoholfreier - non-alcoholic red wine with noticeable tannin. For its production, wine of the Vin de Pays category is used from red grapes grown in southern France. "Selection Roth" non-alcoholic has a low calorie content (19 kcal per 100 ml). It will be a great addition to fried or baked meat, pizza and pasta.
The wine is made by the classical method of fermenting grapes, after which it is freed from alcohol with the help of vacuum technology at a temperature of +30 ° С. This approach does not disintegrate the taste of wine and leaves untouched delicate tannins, flavonoids anthocyanins and trace elements. Thanks to this, the "Selection Roth" wine does not taste like alcoholic analogues.
Located in Ruedesheim am Rhein (the land of Hesse, Germany), the Carl Jung winery is deservedly proud of being the pioneer of the production of non-alcoholic wines. More than 100 years ago, Dr. Carl Jung Jr. in the wine cellar of his house after long experiments developed the process of separating alcohol from the finished wine. At the same time, the original taste of the noble drink was completely preserved. The doctor received the wine for patients who could not drink alcohol. The idea of Dr. Jung about extracting alcohol without heating the wine with the help of vacuum was revolutionary at that time. Already in 1907 it was protected by the Imperial Patent Office.
In the 1930s, the Jung family acquired the Bozenburg estate and turned it into a winery. In 1945 and 1955, new patents were obtained for innovative methods for making non-alcoholic wine. In 1964 the assortment of the company Carl Jung was enriched with a line of sparkling wines. At the 80-ies there was a modernization of production. The new millennium enterprise Carl Jung marked the entry of 30 countries into the market. Today, continuous investments ensure the development of a company that consistently adheres to its long family traditions.