Very slightly muted, rather calm, herbaceous-vegetable scent with restrained yellow-fruity notes and floral traces. Tart, fine-juicy, rather slender fruit, again a hint of muted, fine sandy tannin, suitable acidity, good persistence on the palate, quite clear, tart mineral tones, very delicate nutty in the background, certain depth, very good, firm, tart finish with grip.
Calm, slightly muted, slightly yeasty aroma with pome and stone fruit aromas, moderately spicy and hints of woody tones and some minerality. Firmly woven, tart fruit, herbal, yeasty and slightly nutty tones, a little spicy on the palate, very fine acidity and grip of ripe tannin, persistent, quite mineral, still undeveloped, almost a little ethereal, very good, firm, tart, again also still a little muted finish
Germany, or rather the area that is now part of it, has a wine culture that is over two thousand years old. But even before that, imported wine was drunk, as evidenced by a Greek clay wine bottle...