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Weingut Dreissigacker (BIO)

Organic Riesling Trocken
Jochen Dreissigacker has become a driving force in the quality revolution in the Rheinhessen and like his mentor, Klaus Peter Keller, his rise to fame and quality has been impressive, especially for the dry, pure Rieslings that he makes. Working with the mineral elements in the vineyard, the local climate and Germany’s greatest grape variety, his wines have great drive and acidity. Although the vineyards were hit by hail in August, the remaining harvest was excellent, with picking starting very early in the beginning of September. This wine has great balance between ripe fruit and acidity, lovely aromas of peaches and peachstones, fine concentration on the palate and lovely structure. A wine that is drinking well now but will keep for several years.
Food pairing
  • Fish Fish
  • Lobster & shelllfish Lobster & shelllfish
  • Soft cheese Soft cheese
  • Vegetables Vegetables
  • Hot & spicy foods Hot & spicy foods
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SKU 2018028-00750
Vintage 2018
Volume 0,75 L
Country Germany
Region Rheinhessen
Appellation Rheinhessen
Château Weingut Dreissigacker
Cuvee Organic Riesling Trocken
Producer Jochen Dreissigacker
Alcohol 12%
Drink From 2021
Drink Till 2023
Website http://www.dreissigacker-wein.de/
Bio Yes
Food Pairing Fish, Hot & spicy foods, Lobster & shelllfish, Soft cheese, Vegetables
The story

Jochen Dreissigacker is a rising star in Rheinhessen. After taking over his family estate in 2001, he does not create stereotypical organic wines. His approach is simple: as little intervention as possible in transferring the taste from the grape to the bottle. With his wife, Laura, at his side, he has inaugurated a beautiful new winery and ...

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The largest of the 13 different German wine regions, with almost 26,500 hectares of vineyards, Rheinhessen is on the southern bank of the Rhine between the towns of Worms and Bingen.  A variety of different grapes are grown here with Muller Thurgau plantings surpassing Riesling as the most popular grape. The Rheinhessen has suffered in the past ...

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