Germany

Ernst Bretz, Bechtolsheimer Petersberg, Kerner, Kabinett, feinherb, 2018, Rheinhessen

Uncomplicated and easy it is so suitable particularly as table wine.
Year 2018 - 0,75 liter - 11.5% ABV
€ 7,53 / 1 liter, prices incl. VAT plus shipping costs
Contains sulphites
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Article: 2018 Bechtolsheimer Petersberg Kerner Kabinett feinherb Ernst Bretz
Country: Germany
Growing area: Rheinhessen
Category: White wine, off-dry
Classification: Kabinett
Producer: Ernst Bretz
Grape variety: 100% Kerner
Description: An uncomplicated, easy high quality German white wine which is impressive because of a fine bouquet of nutmeg and pears. The sweetness of the wine is very restrainedly and the low acid very likeable.
Alcohol: 11.5%
Residual sugar: 21.1 g/l
Acid: 6.6 g/l
Drinking temperature: 10 - 12 °C
Drink recommendation: Very suitable as table wine. It does not impose itself on the food but completes itself with these well.

The Kerner shoot is a cross-breed of red Trollinger and white Riesling and was crossed by the shoot cultivator August Herold in 1929. At first it was called the white Herold, later the type of vine was renamed in Kerner after the Swabian poet J. Kerner who had lived in Weinsberg. The Kerner is a bouquet type.


Ingredients/allergens
Allergens: Sulphites
Further details
Country of origin: Germany
Company: Weingut Ernst Bretz
Address: Langgasse 35, 55234 Bechtolsheim