Riesling

Riesling

It's the grapevine, that is also called the "king of white wines". It has a fruitful and exceedingly full bouquet of nuances. It wins through it's tickling livelihood and vitality. The Riesling-grapes descend out of the family of grapes from the river Rhine. The grapes are small or medium-sized and have small, slightly-yellowish berries that ripe very late. The Riesling spreads a spicy aroma. With its class and its vitalizing fruitacid, the grapes reach their climax only after years.

Roter Muskateller

Muskateller

The Muskateller is a extremely aromatic grape, that offers a large variety of flowery and sometimes sweet white wines. The Muskateller is one of the oldest grapes of the world. It's likely to originate out of the Near East and was brought to Europe by Phonicians and the Greek. Yet, it was the Romans who spread it in their entire empire. It's very likely, that the name descends back out of the latin "musca" (flies), because its intensive scent attracts insects. A second variant for the names heritage is the similarity between it's small berries and the seeds of the nutmeg-tree. ("Muskat"-tree in German) Even the two Kaiser's: Karl the Great (742-814) and Friedrich I. Barbarossa (1122-1190) were admirers of the Muskateller-wine. There is documentary evidence of the grape being in Germany since the twelth century.

Lemberger

Lemberger

The Lemberger is considered to be the most valuable German red wine. Either as thoroughbreed or as a partner for the cuvee, it offers the best German red wines. In order to meet the requirements for a high quality, the Lemberger needs a very good riping of its berries. Then, the wines shows its deep, profound red with a tendency towards a violet colour. Its aromas are fruitful and remind of bilberry/blueberry and black currant. Its strong body and the distinguished taste are typical for it. Lemberger wines are easily storable. Furthermore it is well suited for cultivation in barrique wine-casks. More than that, the Lemberger even gains supporters as sparkling wine.

Trollinger

Trollinger

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