Wine Hans Baer, Riesling, 2017
Reviews of purchase Hans Baer, Riesling, 2017
The wine is dark ruby color.
The wine shows a round, silky taste with fruity hints, soft tannins and a long aftertaste with spicy nuances.
The expressive aroma of wine abounds with shades of ripe cherries, sweet cherries, spices and white pepper.
Wine fits well with many dishes, especially with cold snacks, any dishes from white and red meat, some fish dishes and cheeses.
Hans Baer, Pinot Noir is a semi-dry red wine made from the Pinot Noir grape variety, which grows in the vineyards of Reinhessen. After harvesting, the berries are sent to the winery, where they are subjected to soft pressing followed by fermentation in steel tanks. A short exposure is also carried out in stainless steel vats. Wine fits well with many dishes, especially with cold snacks, any dishes from white and red meat, some fish dishes and cheeses.
Wine is produced by Weinkellerei Hechtsheim GmbH , which was founded in 1971. The company unites 15 wineries. The goal of the winemakers' association was to promote their products to the world market. In 1986, the company became an independent association with the aim of opening up new marketing opportunities. On the territory of the wineries, various exhibitions and tastings are regularly held, thus enabling anyone who wants to join the wine consumption culture.
Today, Weinkellerei Hechtsheim GmbH is a subsidiary of the Le Grande-de-France Group.
Group Grands Chais de France (GCF) was established in 1979. Currently, GCF is the leading French producer of spirits with a turnover of about 841 million euros. The main task of the company's management considers the production of a wide range of wines of very high quality available to the consumer, therefore GCF Group branches are present in all important wine regions of France. GCF's head office and one of the factories are located in Petersbach (North Alsace), there are also plants in Bordeaux, Beaujolais, Languedoc-Roussillon and other areas. In addition, to expand the range of wines, the company acquired vineyards and wineries abroad - in the US, Chile, Germany and Spain. Approximately 76% of the company's products are exported.