Wine Robert Weil, Kiedrich "Klosterberg" Riesling Trocken, 2018
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Reviews of purchase Robert Weil, Kiedrich "Klosterberg" Riesling Trocken, 2018
The color of wine - straw-gold.
Taste wine luxurious, rich, with a seductive structure, citrus notes and fresh, harmonious finish.
The wine has a fascinating, complex aroma with notes of apricot and peach, light nuances of minerals and herbs.
The wine is ideal to accompany the gourmet cuisine.
Kiedrich "Klosterberg" Riesling Trocken - elegant, refined, noble wine grape varieties Riesling grown in the vineyard "Klosterberg", whose name means "the monastery hill." Once upon a time an old footpath runs through this vineyard, Connecting Kloster Eberbach monastery with mill in Eltville. Plot "Klosterberg" refers to a class of Premiers Crus. Its soils are characterized by a deep layer of sand-stone of the Devonian period, which is interspersed with loess containing inclusions of gravel. The exposition of the vineyard - south-west. Grapes to create wines are carefully selected and harvested by hand. After the soft spin is performed in fermentation tanks of stainless steel with a precisely controlled temperature. Excerpt on the lees with regular battonazhem done partly in stainless steel tanks, partly - in oak barrels.
Vayngut Winery Robert Weil was founded in Kidrihe in 1875. In the history of the winery, which today is managed by the fourth generation of the family, was a series of fortunate coincidences, a beneficial impact not only on its creation, but also the subsequent development. Winery founder Dr. Robert Weil - Professor of German at the Sorbonne (Paris), on the eve of the German-Prussian War of 1870-1871 left France and settled in the Rheingau, where he worked as a journalist. This decision was due to the fact that his brother August while serving in the parish church Kidriha as regent and pastor. Family owned a small vineyard in Kidrihe that Robert Weil had the opportunity to significantly increase in 1875 due to the vineyards of the deceased English baronet - Sir John Sutton. Sutton, derived from very ancient aristocratic family from Lincolnshire, arrived in Khidr in 1857 and became its patron in the coming years. He not only created a social and charitable institutions, but also involved in the restoration of the Gothic heritage Kidriha financing the reconstruction of the church and its affiliated one of the oldest of Germany. Sutton also supported the choir, known to this day execution of Gregorian chants. Robert Weil gradually acquired two vineyards, one of which is located in the famous estate of Count von Furstenberg, and the famous winery Buschmann.
Today the winery Weingut Robert Weil has unique vineyard in the Rheingau, including Kiedrich Turmberg - one of the best vineyards of the economy on a separate hill next to a vineyard Grafenberg, estimated as Premier Cru. Rheingau is an autonomous region of the Rhine, the landscape is inextricably linked to viticulture. His winemaking traditions were established monasteries and large aristocratic wine estates. Riesling here is thriving and provides the ability to produce very thin, elegant wines that are less massive than their counterparts from Grafenberg. Winemaker Wilhelm Weil - Managing the economy today, in 1997, was voted "Winemaker of the Year" and was named the most consistent brilliant winemaker in the Rheingau. "Over the past decade, no one has done so much for the reputation of Rheingau wines and the glory of the German wine in general as Wilhelm Weil ".