Wine Dr. Buerklin-Wolf, Ruppertsberger "Gaisbohl" G.C., 2015
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Reviews of purchase Dr. Buerklin-Wolf, Ruppertsberger "Gaisbohl" G.C., 2015
Wine brilliant golden yellow color.
Taste Wine juicy, fruity with delicate acidity, subtle spicy notes and a long, almost endless aftertaste.
The wine has an intense aroma with notes of ripe peach and mineral nuances.
The wine goes well with white meat, seafood, fish, pastries and fresh fruit.
Riesling Ruppertsberger "Gaisbohl" - great wine with storage potential of 10-15 years. This wine - a real heavyweight among white wines with a 13% alcohol resulting from natural fermentation. A small portion of the harvest specifically going cold in the early morning (no later than 6 hours) to give the flavor of the wine complexity and richness.
Gaysbёl vineyard, which has given the exquisite Riesling, covers an area of 8 hectares and exclusively owned winery Dr. Buerklin-Wolf. Only 5.2 hectares of vineyard classified as Grand Cru. This site in 1827 was classified Royal Bavarian LLS Vineyard as one of the best. Village Rupertsberg (Ruppertsberg) received the status of Crewe in the same year. Vineyard slopes facing south, located optimally. Soil, consisting of yellow and red sandstone, are under constant heating sunlight. Vineyards do not receive irrigation: basic layers of sand and clay retain sufficient moisture to feed the roots. As in the rest of the vineyards economy since 2005 are introduced biodynamic farming methods. The harvest was collected manually into small containers with a capacity which is not more than 23 kilograms. Presorting produce directly in the vineyard. Under the press get only the best whole bunches of grapes. Spontaneous fermentation proceeds in oak casks at a strictly controlled temperature of 10 ° C for about 2 months. Barrels used traditionally large volume of 3,000 liters, made from local oak growing in the vicinity of the Palatinate. Aging wine in barriques takes 18 months.
Winery Dr. Buerklin-Wolf is one of the most respected and renowned in the region Palatinate. It has a long tradition, leading its history since 1597. One of the founders of the economy was Bernhard Byurklin, mayor of Wachenheim in the early XVII century. He acquired large areas for vineyards, which ushered in the family enterprise. Second founder - Johann Ludwig Wolff, rich citizen Palatinate first half of the XIX century, the owner of the excellent vineyards in Wachenheim, Forst, Deidesheim and Ruppertsberg. In 1875 the two families joined together when the granddaughter and heiress Louise Wolff married Dr. Albert Byurklina. The name of the winery since then are the names of both families.
Vineyards farms now occupy more than 90 acres, on which "reigns", revealing its full potential, Riesling. However, there are other varieties, including a sufficient number of red grapes (Pinot Noir).
Since 1990, the economy managed by Bettina Byurklin, who along with her husband, introducing the vineyards many innovative ideas, produces wines of uncompromising quality. Bettina classified vineyards of Burgundy style, and in 2005 were introduced principles biodinamizma. Thanks to this farm in 2009 became the only foreign member of the prestigious French association of winemakers Biodynamics «Biodyvin». «When we talk about our commitment to terroir, it is not just words, but the expression of our deep respect for the unique soils, which can not be confused with any other "- family Buerklin-Wolf.