Wine Domdechant Werner, Hochheimer Holle Riesling Kabinett, 2011
Reviews of purchase Domdechant Werner, Hochheimer Holle Riesling Kabinett, 2011
Straw yellow with greenish hues.
In an intense, elegant, taste wine with a velvety texture disclosed tone minerals and citrus, hints of apple, peach and apricot, moderate acidity, sweetness is perfectly balanced. The finish is long and fresh.
Delightful aroma of the wine exudes notes of pineapple, apple, cherry, lime, mint and honeysuckle, peach, lemon and apricot.
Wine can be used as a digestif. Thanks to a balanced, balanced sweetness of the wine goes well with seafood, fish and light meat dishes, snacks, sandwiches and toast with fresh herbs.
Agriculture Domdechant Werner history started in 1789, when Mr. Werner, who served as rector of the cathedral in the city of Mainz, bought vineyards Domdeshant. To date, the estate continues to bear this name. Rheingau - the most central wine region in Germany. This area is one long hill that the north side is surrounded by dense forest, and on the south side of the river Rhine fenced. Mineral soils combined with an excellent climate provide optimal conditions for growing Riesling, which ripen here, gets rich multifaceted flavors. To date, almost all the area of farms (12Ga) planted this grape variety, and only 2% takes Pinot Noir. Each wine farm gets its name thanks to the name of the vineyard from which the grapes are harvested. Virtually the entire vineyard area (85%), after the conclusion of the relevant research institute, have a classification Erstes Gewachs (Premier Cru). More than 50% of the wines produced by the company are exported outside Germany.