The vines of this vintage suffered from late frosts in spring. The initial shoots partially froze back. The quantity did not recover over the year. Light fine food companion, fits well to fish, and white meat.
Fine acidity, embedded in a full-bodied mineral bouquet. Light notes of apricot, acidity and sugar similar to the previous year.
Matured in the best locations:
The gradient points southeast. The Kirchberg has a soft slate soil, is protected from the westerly winds by a strip of forest and thus enjoys sufficient humidity even in the driest years. It matures fruity vines with robust acidity and strong bouquet.
The hilly southwest-facing slopes receive sun from many different angles. The vineyard is the only one in Europe that is planted with vines on all sides. It is surrounded by a large valley – a meander of the Moselle – which was cut into the landscape 200,000 years ago. The soil consists mainly of Devonian slate with a high humus content and is ideal for the growth of the vines. Here, delicate, full-bodied vines with the typical Riesling bouquet are produced.
From the steep slope, dry
Bottle á 0,75l
6,3g residual sweetness
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