Kruger-Rumpf Scheurebe Spätlese
Vineyard: Completely from Dautenpflänzer, these old Scheurebe vines were planted in the 1950s
Production: Stainless steel, fermentation with natural yeasts
Dautenpflänzer is the “filet piece” of the Kapellenberg vineyard. The steep 40 % slope between 100 and 200 metres a.s.l. faces south-southeast in side valley of the Nahe that is protected from the west wind. The soils are quartzite and Devon slate covered with a layer of loess-loam with good water storage capacity. The main variety cultivated is Riesling. Name origin: The word “Daute” means young seedling and “Pflänzer” means planter. This leads to the assumption that young vines were once bred here.
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