Gunderloch Riesling Trocken Nierstein 2018

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Color

Giallo paglierino.

Smell

Bouquet con aromi di frutta bianca e limone, note speziate e minerali.

Taste

Al palato risulta delicatamente fruttato in equilibrio con una vivace acidità e una grande mineralità.

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Features

YEAR 2018
ALCOL 12.50
FORMAT 0,75 L Standard
COLLECTED Manuale

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Informations

TEMPERATURE 12-14
LOCATION Nierstein Pettenthal (Germany)
GROUND Lastre giganti di ardesia rossa con un piccolo strato di suolo eroso alla sommità.
WINEMAKING Fermentazione spontanea con lieviti indigeni
DECANTING 1 ora

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EXPERT YEAR MARK
EXPERT YEAR MARK
Wine Spectator201789
Wine Advocated201590
Wine Advocated201691

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CELLAR

Name: Gunderloch
Address: Carl-Gunderloch Platz 1 - Nackenheim (Germany)
Web Site: https://www.gunderloch.de/en/

Few of Germany’s vineyards are more revered than the richly historical ‘Roter Hang’, a picturesque set of steep slopes that rise above the Rhine between the towns of Nackenheim and Nierstein. Its ancient, very special iron-oxide laced red shale and clayey soil known as Rotliegend have taken on an almost mythical status among wine aficionados. For six generations of the Gunderloch family, that deep tradition is simply and easily voiced as ‘home.’ The 28-hectare Rheinhessen estate and distinctive residence, the Haus am Rothenberg, are the cradle for clear, mineral-driven wines that reflect the family’s unique blend of experience and ingenuity. Working primarily with Riesling but also cultivating regional specialties such as the Pinot varieties and Silvaner, each bottle is an expression of the family’s own dedication to the Rothenberg. And each glass reflects their exploration of its character: a marvelous mix of balance, power and elegance. Weingut Gunderloch dates back to 1890 when banker Carl Gunderloch purchased the fabled Nackenheimer Rothenberg. It was a bold move, and his pioneering spirit still very much animates the estate. Carl Gunderloch was not content with just making wine; he led the charge toward quality-oriented viticulture within the region and was a fierce proponent of fine winemaking culture. It is no surprise that his estate would become a founding member of what is now known as the Verein Deutscher Prädikatsweingüter (VDP), a prestigious association of Germany’s finest winegrowers, and one of only 4 estates to have remained a member for that entire span. Carl Gunderloch’s dedication to crafting world-class Rieslings from the finest officially classified vineyards has been passed down through six generations and 130 years.