The ‘Just Riesling’ trocken has a fresh aroma of citrus, peaches and a balanced level of minerals. Infusing in a refreshing taste with rich tones of fruit and herbs. The aftertaste is uncomplicated, pleasant and hints for more! Great to serve as an aperitif.
At the level of this wine it is unusual to speak of an entry-level wine. However, according to Gut Hermanssberg this is the wine that opens the doors to their domain. The Riesling grapes come from seven Große Lagen'- vineyards, including Niederhäuser Hermannsberg and Niederhäuser Steinberg, and were pressed gently after a cool maceration of four hours. After the fermentation of the juice at low temperature, the wine matured further in stainless steel tanks. With only 11.5% alcohol, the wine is delicious as an aperitif!
About: Gut Hermannsberg
The spectacular vineyards of Gut Hermannsberg are considered as the best Riesling vineyards of Germany. These vineyards have their roots in the Prussian Empire. In 1902 the Prince of Prussia commissioned to plant the first Riesling vines on the steep, rocky Hermannsberg. A labor-intensive job that 'Erste Layers yield: first-class vineyards. Gut Hermannsberg is one of the few wineries in Germany only from "Erste Lage' vineyards exists. The steep vineyards possess unique terroirs that give a unique character to the Riesling grape.
Nahe is a small wine district southwest of the Rhine. The district is named after the Nahe River. Near the river the Nahe, you find the most spectacular vineyards. Most of the vineyards are located on small gentle hills. The composition of the ground is very divers in this district; eventually this makes the wines in Nahe richly diverse. IN recent years, the predominantly dry white wines from this region have become extremely popular.