In the European Union the degrees of sweetness for wines are exactly defined: dry, semi-dry, semi-sweet and sweet. The term “feinherb” was then developed for wine with hints of fine sweetness combined with an attractive dryness. Feinherb thus generally refers to a wine with a degree of sweetness near semi dry but is not defined by law.
Appellation: Qualitätswein b.A.
Vineyard: vineyards near Reil, directly at the river Mosel
Vineyard training system: Guyot
Vineyard soil: grey and blue slate
Vinification: maturation in stainless steel for 6 months
Food Pairings: aperitif, asian dishes, fish, after dinner, all-rounder for every occasion
Characteristics: bright yellow colour, fruity notes of citrus, harmonious, slightly sweetish in the finish
Awards 2017: Falstaff