Carl-Haag-Editon “Die Wernerkapelle” in Oberwesel Riesling dry

11,90 

15,87  / l

The Carl-Haag-Edition Die Wernerkapelle is a typical Riesling from the Middle Rhine. The watercolor was painted by Carl Haag in 1851.

Description

Cal Haag Edition “The Werner Chapel at Oberwesel” Riesling dry

Further information about Carl Haag Wine Edition: The painting of the Oberwesel Werner Chapel was made in 1851; a procession moves through the vault.

The International Carl Haag Society gets 35% of the proceeds.

This Riesling impresses above all by its mineral elegance. The fine fragrance combines the fruity notes of pear and apple with a touch of young herbs.

What do you think about when you hear the word Middle Rhine? Presumably you have the many castles in your head, which are so romantically framed by picturesque vineyards and rugged slate rocks. Opposite the Schoenburg castle near Oberwesel lies the vineyard location Engehoeller Bernstein in the side valley of the romantic Rhine. The wine is grown here in steep rows. The slate geologically dominates the ground. In such locations, mainly regional grape varieties are grown. The vines are rooted there quite deep and so absorb the minerality of the soil perfectly. The Rieslings from this location are unmistakable.

The result is a harmonious interplay of delicate fruit and a mineral note, which makes the wine a perfect companion to a delicious snack with hearty ham and cold-cut roast.

Additional information

Content

0.75 l

Alcohol content

13% vol.

Sulfites

yes