Rudesheimer Berg Schlossberg Spatburgunder Dry
Spicy, slight pepper notes, pained with a refreshing aroma of morello cherries and blackcurrants
UKLO301 | Red
How it's made
The vineyards in Rudesheimer Berg go back to old Kumainzer property, some of which date back ti the 12th Century. The name Schlossberg goes back to the former castle and toll castle "Ehrenfels", which even as a ruin still characterize the image of the Rudesheimer Berg today. The grapes are grown on anywhere from 30-80% slope that faces south. The soil consists of weathered quartzite and slate deposits. It is considered the warmest location in the Rheingau. The wine has to pass three steps to be considered "GG" - Has to be out of a classified vineyard ("Grand Cru")
- There has to be a very strict vineyard management (yield max 50hl/ha)
- The last step is a special sensory wine tasting of an expert group. Only if this group confirms that the wine fulfill the quality standard of "GG", is the estate allowed to use this specific label.
Serve with any special occasion, just be sure to take your time and enjoy!
The wine is matured in the cabinet cellar of our Assmannshausen domain, which is characterized by spicy, almost peppery notes, paired with a refreshing aroma of sour cherries and black currants.
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Contains sulfites and no other allergens
VDP Grosses Gewachs
6 x 750mL