Wine Gerstacker, Cranberry-Orangen Punsch Alkoholfrei, 1 L
Reviews of purchase Gerstacker, Cranberry-Orangen Punsch Alkoholfrei, 1 L
Wine, ruby-red color.
The wine has a soft, velvety taste with a pleasant sweetness in the aftertaste.
Intense fruity aroma of the wine reveals hints of red fruits and berries.
The wine is recommended to serve chilled as a refreshing drink and an appetizer.
Alcohol-free, refreshing having velvety taste, red wine Medium Dry Red is made from selected grapes according to traditional recipes of German monastic winemaking. From classic wine mozeltveynov reyntveynov and characterized almost complete absence of alcohol (less than 0.5%), which was evaporated under vacuum at the last stage of production. Moreover, wine keeps natural aroma and taste. Recommended to serve chilled.
Peter Mertes - a family-owned winery production, created in 1924 by a man named Peter Mertes. Initially it was a small winery in the village Minheym on the Moselle. In 1950, his son Gustave Willkie actively studied regions along the Rhine - Oppenheim, Bingen, Mainz. Already in 1960 the family were preobretu sites in the Rheingau and Nahe.
On day Peter Mertes company has headquarters in Bernkastel-Kues, a lot of grape sites throughout Germany, the largest wine cellar in the country and employs more than 300 staff professionals.
The history of Gerstacker began in 1945, when Friedrich Gershtaker and his wife opened a small brandy factory in Fürth. Together with the Nuremberg distillation master, Mr. Thomas, they concentrated on making this noble drink.
The company moved to Nuremberg and in 1965 at the contest "Christkindlesmarkt" presented its mulled wine. The drink quickly gained popularity and over time it was the production of mulled wine that became the leading direction in production. Over the next decades, the company expanded, a second factory and a new administrative building were built.
To date, Gerstacker is one of the largest companies in Germany for bottling wine and other beverages. The products of the enterprise are widely known in many countries of Europe and in Russia.