Riesling Nico Rosch, Hauptsache, Semi-dry, “Quality”, J. Rosch

Riesling Nico Rosch, Hauptsache, Semi-dry, “Quality”, J. Rosch

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Alcohol Content: 12%
Volume: 0.75 l
Product Dimensions: 7.30 x 33.03 x 7.30 cm
Product Weight (kg): 1.0 kg
Package Weight (kg): 1.3 kg
Sugar Content: Dry
Wine Variety: Riesling
Classification: VDP
Consumption: After 1 year
Decantation: No
Year: 2021
Archiving: 2-4 years
Number per carton: 6 pcs
Category, class: 4
Intensity: 3
Country of Origin: Germany
Wine Area: Mosel
Ingredients: Contains Sulphites

This Riesling Nico Rosch, Hauptsache, Semi-dry, “Quality” (Riesling Nico Rosch, Hauptsache, feinherb, “Qualitätswein”) wine has a golden yellow color with subtle reflections.

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Producer: Weingut Josef Rosch


This Riesling Nico Rosch, Hauptsache, Semi-dry, "Quality" (Riesling Nico Rosch, Hauptsache, feinherb, "Qualitätswein") wine has a golden yellow color with subtle reflections. A complex fragrance with a harmonious aroma of acacia honey, sweet tea pastry and ripe apricots. The taste seamlessly follows the aroma. It is characteristic of the variety, extractive and full, supported by pleasant lively acidity and harmonious tones of caramel, fresh cottage cheese and butter biscuits.

A complex Riesling with a sweeter finish that complements, for example, Foie Gras.

Fermentation in stainless steel tanks.

A nice representative from the popular area, which has 4.9g of residual sugar.


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