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Van Volxem Schiefer Riesling

Weingut Van Volxem

Riesling Schiefer expresses its schist terroir through a very beautiful minerality. With its low alcohol content, ripe acidity and seductive fruitiness (quince, apricot, plum), it calls for the next sip!
A very good entry-level example for a typical German Moselle wine.

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Weingut Van Volxem

Schiefer Riesling

2019

Germany - Mosel


Grape varieties:

100% riesling

Tasting Notes:

A beautiful German Riesling, tense and aromatic, vinified in indigenous yeast.
On the nose and on the palate, a mineral taste close to slate is clearly perceptible. In addition to this elegance, the Van Volxem Schiefer Riesling displays fine notes of apricot, as well as aromas of ripe lime and golden apple with a touch of tropical fruit. With its low alcohol content, ripe acidity and seductive fruitiness (quince, apricot, plum), it calls for the next sip!
A very good entry-level example for a typical German Moselle wine.

Wine style:

Aromatic and tasty dry white wine.

 

Food and wine :

Roasted Blonde d'Aquitaine, thyme and rosemary jus, chanterelles sautéed with liquorice. Black pork tenderloin glazed with sour cherry, eggplant caviar and garlic in a shirt.

 

Aging potential in your cellar:

6 years

 

Analytic :


75 cl - 12.0% volume


Contains sulfites

Alcohol abuse is dangerous for health. To consume with moderation.

"The consumption of alcoholic beverages during pregnancy, even in small quantities, can have serious consequences on the health of the child".

Country :Allemagne
Color :White wine
Type of farming:conventional agriculture
Vintage :2019
Keep :6 year guard potential
Style of wines :Aromatic white wine and tasty
The advice of guides :Revue du Vin de France, Parker
Cépages :Riesling

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Van Volxem Schiefer Riesling

Van Volxem Schiefer Riesling

Riesling Schiefer expresses its schist terroir through a very beautiful minerality. With its low alcohol content, ripe acidity and seductive fruitiness (quince, apricot, plum), it calls for the next sip!
A very good entry-level example for a typical German Moselle wine.

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