131010000 Estate Riesling

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131010000 Estate Riesling
 Vintage:.......................................................... ...................................................... 2013 Estate:.................................................... ..................................................... Mönchhof Region:................................... ........................................................................... Mosel Name: ........................................ .............................................. Mönchhof Riesling Grape:......................................................... ................................................... Riesling Ripeness:......................................................... ...................................................... QbA Style:.......................................................... ......................................................... Fruity Residual Sugar: .............................................................................................. 52 g/l Alcohol ................................................................................................................ 9.5 % Soil Type: ............................................................................ Devonian Slate/Iron Production Level: ........................................................................... 15,000 cases Closure:...................................................... ...................................................... Stelvin UPC: .......................................... ................................................... 7 67946 10100 9 Estate: Founded in 1177 by monks, the Mönchhof estate (monk’s house) was acquired by the Eymael family in 1804 from Napoleon. Today, Robert Eymael leads the estate recognized for its high quality from the entry level Estate Riesling to the finest single vineyard wines. Tasting Note: Grown on all iron-­‐infused Devon Slate, this wine tastes like biting into a ripe white peach, juicy, rich, creamy and sweet, with a full aroma. The wine offers great minerality and beautiful acidity to balance the sweetness. Most of the fruit comes from the famous grand cru vineyard site “Würzgarten” (spice garden) in the village of Ürzig, which gives the wine its spicy profile. Food Affinity: Great to enjoy on its own, but also great with salads and spicy dishes or fusion cuisine. 

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