DE-SDL-61-17

Rose de Diel, Schlossgut Diel

Region Nahe
Winery Village Burg Layen
Grape Variety Spätburgunder
Appellation Nahe
Vineyard Vineyards in Dorsheim and Burg Laye
Soil Type Slate, Gravel and Loam
Age of Vines 5-40 years
Elevation of Vineyard 100-200m
Yield 50 hl/ha
Harvest Date Beginning of October
Farming Technique Practicing Organic
Fermentation & Elevage Stainless steel with a portion in aged neutral oak, a mix of large fuder.
Total Acidity 7 g/L
Residual Sugar 5.6 g/L
Alcohol by Volume (%) 12.5%

Producer:
Vintage:
2017
Country:
Germany
Region:
Nahe
Variety:
Pinot Noir
Color:
Rose
Farming Practice:
Sustainable
Import Partner:
Terry Theise

Tasting Notes

Slate and gravel grown Spätburgunder, harvested in the beginning of October, fully ripe. Diel’s rosé is one of the most structured (and age worthy!) wines in this category that we work with. More reminiscent of Bandol Rosé, this wine is at home at the dinner table as well as al fresco.

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