Varietal(s): Pinot Noir, Pinot Gris, Pinot Blanc
Serving Temperature: 8 Degrees
The grapes are sourced from vineyards with loamy sedimentation over a bed rock of Taunus slate.
Implementing a strict quality philosophy Bernhard Breuer turned the family-owned wine estate with its 40 hectares into a leading estate in the Rheingau. Today Theresa Breuer runs the estate, supported by pro- duction manager Hermann Schmoranz and cellar master Markus Lundén.
This sparkling wine is produced by the Method Traditional, which is the equivalent to the Methode Cham- penoise. The second fermentation of the wines takes place in the bottle. It rests over 7 years on the yeast, before the first tranche is disgorged.
Very fine mousse combined with depth and complexity. Bright yellow colour with notes of citrus and stone fruit flavours. Fine creaminess, coupled with some length in the after taste.
Drink at 8° C, well chilled. As an aperitif but also with marinated salmon or fish in light sauces. Alcohol 12,5% · Residual sugar 0,6g/l · Total acidity 7,9g/l