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Weisser Burgunder trocken 2021

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Art. # 0837

Лозята са култивирани по био-динамичен начин. Гроздето е стараделно подбрано на ръка. Виното се винифицира по традиционен начин и ферментира в класическите за региона на Мозел големи дъбови съдове.

Alc. 12.5 %


  • Fruit
  • Body
  • Dryness
  • Freshness
  • Alcohol




  • Flowers Flowers
  • Mineral Flavors Mineral Flavors
  • Toast Toast


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Serving Temperature

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  • Fish Fish
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Weingut Wittmann

Weingut Wittmann

From 1663, the Wittmann family and their ancestors were grape growers in the town of Westhofen, Rheinhessen. Today, Philipp Wittmann runs the estate, along with his parents and wife. Riesling is mainly grown, traditional for the region around the town of Westhofen with mostly marble-limestone soils. Two types of Pinot are also popular - Blanc and Gris - and Silvaner. Grapes have been grown organically for over 20 years. A lot of manual labor and skills lead only the best grains in the winery. The must is fermented naturally in wooden barrels. The slow fermentation and maturation deep in the cellars, at constantly low temperature and high humidity, preserves the natural aromas. Their best wines bear the names of the plots from which they come.

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Регионът на Райнхесен е основен за германската винена индустрия и е дом на почти четвърт от лозовите насаждения в страната. Той е и най-големият по отношение на произведени количества вино. Райнхесен е сравнително топъл и сух регион, предпазен от неблагоприятни климатични влияния от планински вериги като Хунсрюк и Таунус. Повечето от лозята са засадени върху топлите и плодородни почви на долината, които са идеални за отглеждането на зряло и здраво грозде, а с репутация на традиционен източник на изключително качествени вина е прочутата Райнтерасе - участък от стръмни лозя покрай западния бряг на река Рейн около градовете Ниерщайн и Опенхайм. В Райнхесен доминират белите сортове, като водеща роля играе Ризлингът, следван от Мюлер-Тюргау, значими площи от лозята са отредени също така на Силванер, Грауер Бургундер (Пино гри) и Вайсер Бургундер (Пино блан). От червените сортове първенец е Дорнфелдер, с почти двойно повече насаждения от по-познатия и любим на всички Шпетбургундер (Пино ноар).

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Weißburgunder or Pinot Blanc is a white wine grape variety used for the production of dry, sparkling and dessert wines. Although not the most glamorous member of the Pinot family, the variety has proven its value in various wine regions, including Alsace in northeastern France, Alto Adige in Italy and parts of Germany and Austria. Pinot Blanc's homeland is Burgundy, but perhaps Alsace is his home, although here it is somewhat overshadowed by the undoubted stars of the region - Riesling and Gevertrazminer. The wines are typical with almond aromas, with a hint of spice, apple and cream flavors. They may also show some mild mineral characteristics, which, however, usually subside after the widely practiced in the region oak maturation. Cremant d'Alsace sparkling wines, on the other hand, tend to be fresher, often showing a variety of nut flavors. The variety is also one of the few allowed in a champagne blend, along with Pinot Noir, Chardonnay and Pinot Munier. Outside France, Pinot Blanc is widely found in northwestern Italy, where it is known as Pinot Bianco. Here the style of wines are lighter, more distinct, rarely touching oak. Pinot Bianco is also used in the production of Italian sparkling wines: especially Franciacorta, Italy's answer to champagne. In Germany and Austria, the variety is known as Weissburgunder or Weisser Burgunder (literally "White Burgundy"). In Germany, the wines are usually light and refreshing, but in Austria the grapes are also used to make the sweet and textured Trockenbeerenauslese.

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