Das Trocken | Riesling 1L | 2020 | Germany

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Das Trocken | Riesling 1L | 2020 | Germany

Das Trocken | Riesling 1L | 2020 | Germany

$20.00 Sale Save

Vines are sustainably farmed and located in the heart of Weiler Hand harvested off steep slopes. Gently pressed and allowed to ferment naturally in stainless steel tanks until it's dry. The wine is then rested for up to 6 months on the fine lees adding to the beautiful texture.

Green Packaging: 1L lightweight bottle, Screwcap

Flavor: Dry (not sweet at all!), ripe stone fruit, tons of bright acid. I like to drink this while eating ramen! 🍜

Wine Type: Low-intervention

Grape: Riesling

ABV%: 13.5

Region: Germany

Vineyard Subregion: Nahe

Farming: Practicing sustainable

Yeast: Native

Producer: Weingut Edelberg

Winemaker: Peter and Michael Ebert

Peter & Michael Ebert are two young brothers at the helm of Weingut Edelberg. A 21.5 ha sustainably farmed estate in the Nahe. Michael Ebert began his career under the tutelage of Klaus Keller. Weingut Keller in Rheinhessen is considered by many to be the absolute pinnacle of dry Rieslings. Most important to him was Klaus’ unwavering devotion to quality and the understanding that “to make great wine, you must start with beautiful grapes.”

The Edelberg estate, located in Weiler, a small village in Germany’s Nahe region, was named for one of the region’s most precious and steep vineyard sites, Meddersheimer Edelberg.

They live by the motto “as much as necessary, as little as possible” in their farming practices. This ethos extends into the winery as well, with low intervention in the winemaking process. The brothers seek to express their terroir through the interplay of “the soil, the vine, nature, and of course us!”.

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