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Matheus Piesporter Gold Riesling Kabinett 2018

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Country:Germany
Region:Mosel
Grape Type:Riesling
Winery:Weingut Matheus
Product Description

Matheus Piesporter Gold Riesling Kabinett is made from 100 percent Riesling. 

This Goldtröpfchen ranks as an unofficial "Grand Cru" delivering light floral and fresh Kabinett style wines.
Their later harvest wines, Spatlese and Auslese, tend toward apricot flavors, honeyed notes and superb intensity. All grapes are grown on Devonian slate.

Enjoy with slightly spiced sushi or moderately spicy Indian cuisine such as chicken Vindaloo.

Winery: Weingut Matheus

The Weingut Matheus Estate
Weingut Matheus is located in Piesport on the Mosel and has a 400 year tradition of winemaking (8 generations). Since 1992, the estate has been managed by Petra Hain-Matheus and Jorg Matheus, a graduate of the school in Geisenheim. Total estate production is 35,000 bottles or 2,916 cases annually, but they could produce more (50,000 bottles).

The
Weingut Matheus Vineyard
Currently, they make wine from 13.6 acres of vineyards located in such sites as:
- Piesporter Goldtröpfchen (4.5 acres)
- Piesporter Treppchen
- Dhroner Hofberger
- Wintricher Ohligsberg

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