Quality: VDP. ORTSWEIN - SOURCED FROM SUPERIOR SOILS
VDP. ORTSWEINE originate from a village’s best vineyards that are planted with grape varieties typical of their region. A dry VDP. ORTSWEIN is labeled “Qualitätswein trocken”. A VDP. ORTSWEIN with natural, ripe sweetness is labeled with one of the traditional Prädikat categories.
Wine / Character
ripe apple and pear aromas in the nose - very good integrated acidity - powerful body
Ground / Terroir Colored Sandstone
The lower trias or colored sandstone is the main soil in palatinate. Its different colours are caused by different levels of iron oxide. It is a sandy soil with a decent nutrition reservoir. A very good soil for Riesling and Pinots. Wines which grow on this soil are often marked by yellow fruit flavours.
Maturation / Gathering
handed-picked - sorted on sortingtable - maceration - pressed - fermented in stainless steal
salads with fish or pale meat - rissoto
8° - 10° C