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Rotwein 2011 Wintersheim Fraugarten Spätburgunder trocken "Wie alles begann...", Rheinhessen, Germany

Type: Rotwein (Red wine)
Quantity: 0.75 L
Alcohol content: 13%
Sweetness: trocken (dry)
Predicate: Qualitätswein (quality wine)
Price: 49.00 €
Organic labeling: Vegan wine
Bottle closure: Natural cork
Maturing: Barrique
Registration number: #4401070001913

Wine Review Report:

wein.plus rating: very good (89 WP) What our ratings mean
Last reviewed: 30 July, 2021
Best to drink: Bis 2026+. What our ratings mean
Editor note: Quite dark, somewhat smoky, nutty and hinted mushroomy nose of black berries with a hint of Amarena cherries and plums as well as some herbal and slightly earthy hints. Ripe, firm, tangy fruit with slightly smoky and nutty wood aromas, a hint of long pepper and nuances reminiscent of blackberries, ripe, grippy, very slightly drying tannins, good substance and persistence, very compact structure, dark aromas rather untypical for Pinot Noir, a hint of salt, has power, hints of coffee grounds in the good to very good, slightly nutty, smoky, again very slightly drying finish.

The municipality of Nierstein-Schwabsburg with around 8,400 inhabitants is located on the Rhine in the federal state of Rhineland-Palatinate. The Schwabsburg district was an independent municipality until 1970. One of the three wine-growing areas in the Rheinhessen wine-growing region was also named after Nierstein, the other two being Bingen and Wonnegau. The Nierstein area, which lies to the north-east, dates back to the Roman city of Mainz, founded in 38 BC. The centre is the Rhine front from Nackenheim to Schwabsburg. Here, on the famous Roter Hang (Red Slope ), the most impressive or best steep...

The wine-growing region is located in Rhineland-Palatinate in Germany and is named after the region. The name is derived from the historical affiliation as the province of Rheinhessen of the Grand Duchy of Hesse from 1816 to 1919. The vineyards cover 26,758 hectares, making it the largest German wine-growing region in terms of area. The vineyards are located on the left bank of the Rhine knee between Bingen, Mainz and Worms in the form of a huge triangle. Many finds attest to ancient viticulture, such as a Roman water pipe in Ingelheim. Nierstein is home to Germany's oldest vineyard, the...

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 from around 400 BC found in a Celtic grave. The oldest vineyards were on the banks of the Rhine, Neckar and Moselle. These rivers with their long valleys, as well as their tributaries, are still the classic wine-growing areas today. Viticulture was founded by the colonisation of Gaul by the Greeks and then brought to perfection by Roman culture. The conquest of Gaul by Julius Caesar (100-44 BC) brought Roman viticulture from the Rhône valley to the...

Synonym for the grape variety Pinot Noir; see there.
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