Light ruby. Spicy nose with small red berries notes and hints of earthiness. Light to medium body, soft texture, fresh fruity taste. Easy to drink, slightly bitter finish. Drink soon with soft cheeses or hamburgers.
Starts off with a nose of honey, spice, peach and lemon and then transitions into a mouthful of lime, apple, citrus and mineral. Medium sweet with solid acidity. Serve alongside medium spiced curries.
Almost colourless with grey reflections and traces of CO2. Light, discreet nose mostly floral with a mineral edge and hints of apple/pear. Very light on the palate, mineral taste, slightly sweet with balanced acidity and a tad of bitterness in the short finish. Drink up.
Pale ruby/garnet. Kirsch, red flowers and a touch of vanilla oak. Fresh on the attack, light to medium body but flavourful with delicate tannins and a fruity short finish. Drink up.
If you see the term Feinherb on a bottle of German wine, it means it’s slightly sweet. A great bargain, this gorgeous wine has a nose of honey, lime and warm hay. Light in body, it fairly dances on the palate with sweet, honeyed grapefruit and mineral flavours, ending on a note of tarragon. Chill and serve as an apéritif or with pork dishes.
A great price for this wine going on ten years old. Straw colour with a nose of honey, lime and warm hay; light-bodied, sweetish grapefruit and lime flavours with great length ending on a note of tarragon. Drink soon.