Reichsgraf von Kesselstatt | The Riesling estate


  • Foto: Kehrnagel Riesling Kabinett feinherb
  • Kehrnagel

    Ruwer Kasel
    Riesling Kabinett
    feinherb
    VDP.GROSSE LAGE®
  • A multifaceted bouquet of flintstone, pomgranate, red and black current and rhubarb as well as humid slate. The first sip tickles the palate with its forceful minerality. Its freshness is due to the wines elegant natural sweetness and demanding acidity. Its aftertaste is clear...
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    Kehrnagel

    Ruwer Kasel
    Classification
    VDP.GROSSE LAGE®
    Prädikat
    Kabinett
    Vineyard site
    Kehrnagel
    Taste
    feinherb
    Vintage
    2016
    Bottle size
    0,75 l
    Alcohol
    10,0 % Vol
    Residual sugar
    22,7 g/l
    Acidity
    7,1 g/l
    combine with
    light, decent food
    Profile
    A multifaceted bouquet of flintstone, pomgranate, red and black current and rhubarb as well as humid slate. The first sip tickles the palate with its forceful minerality. Its freshness is due to the wines elegant natural sweetness and demanding acidity. Its aftertaste is clear and whets the appetite for more.
    Ratings
    Mosel Fine Wines - 90 points
    Robert Parker - 90 points
    Vintage
    The 2016 vintage taxed many wine maker’s and their machine’s patience. Although the begin-ning of the year was rugged, the results of it were extraordinary surprising.
    It started off with an atypical mild winter, with only few frosty days and nights. Spring started off to be very wet and in average cooler than the preceding year. Extensive rainfalls impeded not only the trafficability of the vineyards, but also influenced negatively the blooming habit of the vine.
    The tremendous amount of precipitation in Mai, June and July provided perfect conditions for downy mildew, which lead to a rapid dissemination.
    The long blooming period, the hailstorm as well as the downy mildew lead in part to tremen-dous losses of crop. Thus, quantitatively speaking, this vintage is the third smallest within the last 30 years. However, within the last-minute the old winemaker slogan: “The wine is not yet in the cellar” got a new meaning: A dry August was followed by a glorious sunny and very warm September, which lead to the growing of golden yellow grapes The cool and dry October ena-bled a relatively late and long harvest that entailed physiological ripe and above all healthy vin-tage.
    Summing up one can say, that the small yield positively manifested itself in an excellent grape quality. The technical modernization of our wine press, with its focus on pure quality through gentle manufacturing, brought us must that inspires through its multifarious fruit aroma, ripe acidity and expressive minerality.
Contains sulfits | Product of Germany | Protect from frost and heat

Wappen: Reichsgraf von Kesselstatt