Germany / / Baden
Germany

Julius Zotz, Grauer Burgunder, Qualitätswein, trocken, 2018, Baden

Floral, mineral with elegant acid game.
Year 2018 - 0,75 liter - 13.5% ABV
€ 10,00 / 1 liter, prices incl. VAT plus shipping costs
Contains sulphites
in stock
7,50
Article: 2018 Grauer Burgunder Zotz QbA. trocken
Country: Germany
Growing area: Baden
Category: White wine dry
Classification: Qualitätswein
Producer: Julius Zotz
Grape variety: Grauer Burgunder
Description: Fine bouquet with notes of pears, grapefruit and almond. At the palate fresh and mineral, fine glaze and elegant acid game.
Alcohol: 13.5%
Residual sugar: 5.0 g/l
Acid: 6.2 g/l
Drinking temperature: 10 °C
Drink recommendation: Versatile meal companion e.g. of seafood, firm salt-water fish, poultry, veal and ripe soft cheese.

Vinification: Short mash stand time, cool fermentation in high-grade steel tank with a following storage on fine yeast up to the filling.

Origin: Heitersheim, a climatically preferred sun spoilt area in the heart of the Markgräflerland between Freiburg and Basel, between Black Forest and Rhine in the southwest of Germany.

Karl Zotz purchased the eastern part of the Maltese castle to Heitersheim anno 1845. He built up a vineyard business and put the foundation stone for the wine-growing estate shown off today. Already soon, he entrusted the destiny of the vineyard to his son Julius who had it registered with the register of the ducal district court in 1865.

Today's vineyard was built at 1900 and is in an immediate proximity of the Maltese castle.
It is commanded by Martin and Michael Zotz in the 4th and 5th generation. It manages 75 hectares of vineyards today. And therefore it belongs to the great private vineyard business in Germany with that.

Ingredients/allergens
Allergens: Sulphites
Further details
Country of origin: Germany
Company: Julius Zotz KG Weingut I Privatkellerei
Address: Staufener Straße 3, 79423 Heitersheim, Deutschland