Wine Friedrich Becker, "Herrenwingert" Spatburgunder, Pfalz DQ, 2012, 1.5 L
Reviews of purchase Friedrich Becker, "Herrenwingert" Spatburgunder, Pfalz DQ, 2012, 1.5 L
The wine is dense, rich in cherry red color.
The taste of the wine is juicy, powerful, rich, warm, exciting, with a long aftertaste.
In the rich aroma of wine, the shades of strawberries, cherries, raspberries and tobacco flock with beautiful notes of fragrant herbs and sandalwood.
The wine is perfectly combined with chops, fried veal, stew, venison medallions, duck and goose, noodles with mushroom sauce, hard cheeses.
Friedrich Becker, "Herrenwingert" Spatburgunder is a juicy, powerful, strong wine of the highest quality, with a complex aroma and a warm, long-lasting taste. Grapes for wine making are grown in the southern Pfalz, on the southern slope of the hill in the immediate vicinity of the Alsatian border. Heavy clay soils have calcareous subsoil. Harvest carefully collected by hand, sorted and pressed. The resulting must is fermented in oak vats for three weeks. Then the wine is delicately pressed and matures in small German and French oak barrels for 18 months. "Herrenvingert" has an excellent storage potential for many years. Decanting is recommended before drinking young wine.
Friedrich Becker is a very brave man who at the dawn of his winemaking work broke with the parental tradition of cooperative farming and decided to produce his own wines. He became one of the best producers in the Palatinate, the best producer of the wine from Spetburgunder in Germany, for special merit in winemaking was included in the VDP (Union of German Wine Producers). Success was preceded by painstaking work to improve the quality of red wines. Friedrich systematically improved the old vineyards and laid new ones in areas with stony soil with calcareous subsoil. Part of the vineyard is on the Alsatian side, where you can produce German wines.
Today, together with the children of Fritz and Helena, Becker continues to work, adhering to his unmistakable style, and every year does more to convey their feelings to people.