Wine Keller, "Dalsheim Hubacker" Riesling GG, 2018
Reviews of purchase Keller, "Dalsheim Hubacker" Riesling GG, 2018
Wine beautiful golden-yellow color.
Buttery and velvety, great concentration of the taste of wine is like nectar, creamy richness abounds with fresh notes of apricot jam, peach, ripe mango, citrus finish consists of a light minerality. In a strong, spicy aftertaste extended excellent acidity.
In the wonderful aroma of wine notes of ripe white peach, toasted almonds, light nuances of lavender infused with complex honey-colored noble rot.
The wine is perfect with cheese average salinity, veal, sushi, desserts. The wine can be drunk as a separate drink.
"Dalskhaym Hubaker" Riesling Auslese 2011 - white sweet wine from botrytised grapes (berries affected by noble rot). The most important process of creating such a wine is the careful selection of berries at harvest. Particularly difficult cause different stages of maturity of the grapes, and wine-making requires a lot of patience and time to find a fully botrytised berries. In most cases, the highest quality berries collected in the first bypass, and of them create the best wines. The high price of wine data due to the fact that finding a skilled worker-collector who owns specialized skills and knowledge in this area is difficult. An important condition is the complete defeat of berries mold - the amount of sugar in the grapes such reduced, but the concentration of juice and sweets increases due to dehydration. In addition, the fungus spores give the wine an unusual texture and totally unique and so dear, notes of ripe peach and honey. The best German wines botrytised on national wine auctions can reach incredible prices.
The grapes for this wine is assembled in Hubakere - famous wine area located one kilometer north of Dalskhayma. Hubaker name - derived from Hube - was first mentioned in "book shower" Dalskhaymera population in 1490, which alluded to 5 land allotments (Hube). Hube - formerly known as the land, the size of which varies from 5 to 30 hectares. 25-30% of the vineyards are located in the south-eastern slopes of the Upper Hubakere and 95% are planted with Riesling. The soils of the area are characterized by a high content of limestone and marl. Hubakera attraction is built Keller family and friends in 2000, 6.5 meter high stone tower with a diameter of 4.2 meters. On the outside of the tower hung a bronze plaque in honor of Hedwig Keller (1948-2000).
"Dalsheim Hubacker" Riesling Auslese, 2011 - a world-class wine that is certainly worth a try. The residual amount of the sugar is 198 g / l. The wine is recommended to serve chilled.
The history of the winery Keller begins at the end of the XVIII century (1789), when Johann Leonard Keller, concerned events of the French Revolution, acquires a house in the municipality of Dalsheim, near the picturesque church. His occupation smoothly into the agricultural plane, namely - viticulture. Historical records indicate that these favorable lands people have lived for over 7000 years, and the tradition of the cultivation of the vine, planted by the Romans, there are more than 1,800 years. Most of today's wine house Keller created using centuries-old traditions of winemaking in this region. Currently Keller family owns 35 hectares of land, 95% of which are given under Riesling, as local soil containing limestone have to grow this variety, giving berries fine acidity and minerality. The yield average of 45 hl / ha.
The current owner of the winery Klaus Peter Keller says, "I like to drink wine, not to taste it." Keller manages to produce amazing world-class wines, but it has a huge range of wines for every day - with varying levels of sweetness and the period of exposure. Keller wine suitable for any meal and any situation - whether it be an aperitif on a hot day, or grouse addition to personally pick mushrooms, or dinner with seafood specialties in the elegant restaurant. Offers a huge selection of Rieslings - from bright saturated Morstein to soft, white, fruit wines with Hubakera, from rich notes of juniper "Absterde" to the incomparable completeness wine "G-Max". All wines are perfectly balanced. Klaus recognizes that it is the perfect wine that makes not wait to open the second magnum. All work on the production of wine - deciding when to harvest, the vintage, the choice of oak barrels for red wines, the implementation process of fermentation of white wines - focused on a single goal: these wines must be really nice to drink. Keller prefers not to talk about the technical processes of its wineries. It offers simply enjoy the wines, and not think about the temperature at which they succumbed to fermentation. "When I walk along the vines, I feel the fragrance that will be filled with wine" - reveals one of its secrets winemaker.
At Keller wine house there are no secrets, but still remains a great unsolved mystery magician wine Klaus Keller, able to reveal all the wealth in the finest Riesling wines.