Wine Johannes Egberts, Liebfraumilch (blau flasche)
Reviews of purchase Johannes Egberts, Liebfraumilch (blau flasche)
The wine is light straw color.
Pleasant, light, refreshing wine charms notes of white flowers and sweet ripe fruit.
The wine has a clean, elegant aroma, composed of delicate floral and fruit motifs, among which are caught by the notes of apple, plum and raspberry.
Wine is good for consumption on a hot summer day, as an accompaniment to light meals and salads.
Name of white wine Liebfraumilch (Milk Madonna) comes from the name of the monastery Liebfraustift (interpretation of the meaning "Monastery of Our Lady"), located in the German town of Worms. Since ancient times, the monks cultivated here pleasant vineyards, but then in the wineries produce excellent sweet wines. The wine has a category Qualitaetswein, which means that it is made from berries grown in a certain region. Created wine from white grape varieties grown in Reynhessene. This vast wine region of Germany with a temperate climate lies in a bend of the Rhine. The vineyards are planted on terraces along the river at an altitude of 100-200 meters above sea level. As part of the soil is dominated by loess rocks also occur quartzite, limestone and marl.
Johannes Egberts winery was established in 1919. Today it is part of the concern Zimmermann-Graeff & Muller, The company is headed by its founder's grandson - John Hübingen. Under the brand name "Johannes Egberts" available in white, red and rose wines.
Today ZGM collaborating around 1000 Vineyard and Rhineland-Palatinate. Delivered their grapes to the modern wineries equipped with the latest equipment, transformed into fine wines.
The group is currently ZGM with an annual turnover 143.5 million euros is a leader in terms of sales (56 million. Liters per year), representing its products in more than 35 countries around the world. In addition to wines from traditional wine-growing regions in Europe, the company sells wines from Chile, California, South Africa and Australia. John Hübinger - the current head of ZGM, argues that the product quality has been, and will always remain a priority for the company. "It is not enough to be just good - it is necessary to be the best," - says the company's philosophy Zimmermann-Graeff and Muller.