A. Christmann - Deidesheimer PARADIESGARTEN Riesling Trocken 2015

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  • A. Christmann - Deidesheimer PARADIESGARTEN Riesling Trocken 2015

A. Christmann - Deidesheimer PARADIESGARTEN Riesling Trocken 2015

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 Pfalz - Germany

Dry White

Riesling  

"Delicate yet intense. This manages to tie in a really rich and fleshy nose filled with fresh fruits with a racy minerality. Yellow nectarine stone, apricot skin, golden apples, and mandarin on the nose. The palate is juicy and refreshing all at once thanks to its high acidity. Be ready to go on the ride of your life - reminds me a bit like that time I got on a tuk-tuk for the first time - i.e. intensity is key!"  

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Kabinett wines are those that have used grapes that are above average in ripeness thus higher in sugar level. The resulting wines tend to be off-dry.

Spatlese wines are those that have used ‘late harvest’ grapes. These wines will be between off-dry and medium dry in sweetness on the palate & will have more complex flavours.

Auslese wines are those that have used grapes that have got a mix of late-harvest characteristics and some noble rot (Botrytis) influence to them. These wines will be medium-sweet and have more dried/candied fruit flavours.

Beerenauslese wines are those that have used exclusively noble rot (botrytis) influenced grapes. The hand-pickers will pick bunches that have got roughly 70-80% noble rot influence. These wines will be sweet and have a more complex aromatic spectrum to them still with more dried/candied fruit flavours. 

Trockenbeerenauslese wines are the sweetest of the lot and will use exclusively noble rot (botrytis) influenced grapes. The pickers will go through the vineyard multiple times to ensure that they are picking individual berries that have been raisined due to noble rot. These wines will be lusciously sweet and have the most complex aromatic spectrum with plenty of tropical and candied fruit flavours.