2019 Holger Koch Kaiserstuhl Grauburgunder trocken Baden
Not without reason one of our most popular wines for many years. This wine has a very high-level quality and a calm character. With the first sip, you hardly notice its supreme quality, but with time, you'll definitely notice. The Grauburgunder Kaiserstuhl by Holger Koch can be enjoyed without food but its true quality shows when paired with the right food - and it fits with astoundingly many foods! Mirabelle, Williams Christ, vineyard peach, and some citrus. Full, soft, fruity, but in no way cheesy. In the end, rather cool. A very decent everyday wine.
We have been selling Holger Koch's wines with great enthusiasm for many years. The winery is situated in Bickensohl, Kaiserstuhl, in the region of Baden. Many good winegrowers are situated there but only very few who can produce wines with this refinement, freshness and elegance. Also, Koch's wines have an incredible balance and, above all, a long shelf life. They not only make very good Weißburgunder and Grauburgunder, but also really great Chardonnays and, above all, a whole range of very Burgundian Pinot Noirs. The Koch's based their work in the vineyard on biodynamic principles. And in the cellar, Holger is undogmatic and eager to experiment, thus he manages to produce absolutely convincing quality wines year after year. Holger Koch and his wife Gabriele Engesser stand for a very clear, cool, and elegant style of wine. Their wines never have too much fruit, are never too fat, but always very balanced. The Kochs have a good 8 hectares of prime locations in the Kaiserstuhl, are proven Burgundy specialists and concept winemakers in the best sense of the word. For Holger, every detail counts. You can spend hours with him discussing local yeasts, biodynamic principles, and the right amount of added sulfur. Also, he can think outside the box, but at the same time respect the conditions at the Kaiserstuhl. The Kochs take good care of the condition of their vineyards. To keep them healthy, Holger and his father Hubert invest a lot of extra hours in maintaining them. Natural cultivation, and picking the grapes by hand are a matter of honour here. Wonderful Pinot, Weißburgunder and Grauburgunder grow on the terraced vineyards around Bickensohl. They also cultivate more and more Chardonnay vines, which, according to Holger, have a great future there.
Bottler: Weingut Holger Koch, Mannwerkstraße 4, 79235 Vogtsburg im Kaiserstuhl, Germany
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Grauburgunder | Product of Germany
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