2017 Ziereisen Steingrüble Gutedel Baden
The Gutedel Steingrüble from Ziereisen is still a Chasselas, but it doesn't have much in common with the usual Markgräfler wines from this ancient, local grape variety. With its structure, flavour and its slightly nutty texture, this wine would be much more likely to be located in France than in southern Baden. Steingrüble tastes puristic, stony, slim and complex with notes of citrus peel, pear, thyme and smoke. All this is combined with a good portion of salty minerality. A statement for this grape variety, it also makes a very exciting meal companion.
Hanspeter Ziereisen, his wife Edeltraud and their family make incredibly characteristic and distinctive wines. Their love for Burgundian Pinot Noirs and their ambition to make the best possible wine from the old grape variety Gutedel, a grape which is typical of Baden and the Markgräferland region, already gives an idea of the taste of her wines. But they are even more complex, and in addition to great Pinot Noirs they also make one of the best German Syrah. Even their Pinot Gris tastes exciting! Ziereisen also demonstrate their independence by marketing all their wines as country wines from Baden. This brought them a lot of recognition from both critics and wine fans. The Ziereisen winery is now one of the most appreciated and highly decorated in Germany.
Bottled by: Weingut Ziereisen, Markgrafenstr. 17, 79588 Efringen-Kirchen
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Chasselas | Product of Germany
This product contains on average:
|Nutrition Facts||per 100g|
|Alc.||12.0 % vol|