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Dr Burklin Wolf Gaisbohl Riesling Grand Cru 2014


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£293.84 Price Per Case ( 6 Bottles )

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The origin of this site goes back to the late medieval era. It was classified as a First Growth in terms of the Royal Bavarian Site Classification and is located at the foot of the Mittelhaardt mountains where it benefits from an advantageous temperate microclimate. The palate is full bodied with concentrated flavours of ripe peaches, mango and lemongrass, the fruity flavours are backed up by a streak of flinty minerality and a vibrant, lime acidity which lingers on the palate.

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Pfalz region of southern Germany is warmer than the Mosel and ripens a wider variety of varietals. Its wines tend to be fuller in weight and intensity than most German wine. It is planted with Riesling, Muller Thurgau and increasing amounts of Chardonnay and Pinot Noir.

Producer

The tradition at the Dr. Bürklin-Wolf Estate in Wachenheim dates back to 1597, it is one of the largest and most important estates in Germany. The total vineyard area is 85 ha, a treasure trove of top-rated vineyard sites in the unique landscape of the Mittelhaardt, and it is here that the highest quality Rieslings are produced in harmony with nature, to achieve this, the entire vineyard area was converted to biodynamics in 2005. This ensures that the diversity and depth of the terroir can be mirrored and presented perfectly the wines. The Estate has always been considered to be a pioneer and trailblazer for change in German viticulture. Bettina Bürklin-von Guradze, the oldest daughter of Dr. Albert Bürklin, inherited the Estate from her parents in 1990, and since then has taken the lead at the Estate with her own vision. The passion to respect the inherited resources, and to maintain them for her children and further generations to come is the focal point of all she does..
Tasting Notes
The origin of this site goes back to the late medieval era. It was classified as a First Growth in terms of the Royal Bavarian Site Classification and is located at the foot of the Mittelhaardt mountains where it benefits from an advantageous temperate microclimate. The palate is full bodied with concentrated flavours of ripe peaches, mango and lemongrass, the fruity flavours are backed up by a streak of flinty minerality and a vibrant, lime acidity which lingers on the palate.

Food
Perfect with aromatic fish or chicken dishes.
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Data sheet

Vintage
2014
Bottle Size
75cl
Case Size
6 Bottles
Region
Pfalz

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Dr Burklin Wolf Gaisbohl Riesling Grand Cru 2014

The origin of this site goes back to the late medieval era. It was classified as a First Growth in terms of the Royal Bavarian Site Classification and is located at the foot of the Mittelhaardt mountains where it benefits from an advantageous temperate microclimate. The palate is full bodied with concentrated flavours of ripe peaches, mango and lemongrass, the fruity flavours are backed up by a streak of flinty minerality and a vibrant, lime acidity which lingers on the palate.

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