Gut Hermannsberg Just Riesling 2020

Gut Hermannsberg

Gut Hermannsberg Just Riesling 2020

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"Dogma isn't our thing" is the motto of Gut Hermannsberg. In the vineyard, they consider the ecosystem with every move they make, mindful that it is the key ingredient to the unique quality of their wines. In the cellar, the team likes to step back from the winemaking process letting time take care of the important things.

Riesling is the great love at Gut Hermannsberg and the wines are treated with the utmost respect. Vines are cultivated to reflect the terroir in which they are grown, producing pure, three-dimensional wines with personality. Gut Hermannsberg produces 150,000 bottles annually. Riesling covers 95% while Weissburgunder covers the remainder.

Juicy and animating! Just Riesling is created with captivating fruit aromas and harmonious acidity. A Riesling that does not deny its origins. Aromas of green apple and citrus with a slight minerality and herbal spiciness lead to a pleasant drinking flow. Youthful and uncomplicated it opens the doors to the Riesling world of Gut Hermannsberg.

The Just Riesling refreshes on the terrace and as a light aperitif, harmonizes with seasonal, light cuisine and invigorate carpaccio and ceviche as well as light pasta dishes and salads.

Bottle 750ml, Screw Cap
Varietal Riesling
Alcohol 11.5%
Region Nahe, Germany

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The Fine German Wine Club passionately promotes the great wines of Germany with a particular interest in raising awareness for underrated red varietals, sparkling wines and whites that have historically been overshadowed by Riesling.

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