Riesling, “Kaefferkopf Grand Cru”
The vines’ roots plunge to the deepest faults of this Grand Cru—two south-east-facing parcels overlooking Ammerschwihr at 230 to 350, one in granitic soils and the other in sandstone—and it is from this terroir that the wine draws its unique character: a delicate nose of citrus fruits, fresh and silky on the palate, intensely mineral with a long and straight finish. It is a cheerful and lively wine which will enhance any culinary creations based around fresh or saltwater fish.
About Domaine Maurice Schoech
The Schoech family can trace its roots in the vineyards of Ammerschwihr back to 1650.Learn more
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