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  1. Failoni - Verdicchio dei Castelli di Jesi D.O.C. Classico

    Made from Verdicchio grapes and aged on the lees in stainless steel for six months. The ‘yellow’ note of gorse appears to be a Castellaretta trademark, the way wild fennel is for the wine from the close-by Salmagina district. The color is a distinct straw-yellow with golden reflections while the aroma is ‘fibrous’ (without grain notes) with scents of gorse, honey and acacia. The mouthfeel is pure Staffolo, rich yet at the same time citrusy with notes of almond and yeast. This is not a technical wine and has a rustic imprint but without exaggeration.

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  2. Judith Beck Weissburgunder

    100% Weissburgunder (Pinot Blanc). Matured for 6 months in casks on the entire lees. Brilliant pale gold-yellow. Refreshing fragrance of citrus, pears and white peaches. Full bodied and well structured on the palate with a balanced play of fruit and acidity, long finish and good ageing potential.

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  3. Judith Beck Chardonnay

    100% Chardonnay matured for 6 months in barriques on the entire lees. Brilliant light golden yellow, marked fruit, ripe peach and quince on the nose, full-bodied on the palate, creamy fruit, good acidity, long finish. Versatile food companion, pairs particularly well with fish, poultry or pasta.

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  4. Kühling-Gillot - Qvinterra Dry Riesling

    A juicy fresh Riesling, as it brings forth the Rhine terrace lively acidity! Fine pineapple and apricot fruit and a delicate Schieferaromatik combine to create an animated drinking wine that pairs beautifully with fish. Or simply if you fancy a drink of good Riesling. Since a bottle is gone in no time. Our reference wine!

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  5. Domaine Ansen Riesling (Geierstein Single Vineyard)

    The hillside vineyards dried down quickly after winter rains. Cool to moderate weather created a long growing season. Low yields were crucial for achieving maximum flavor and aroma development. The soil looks yellow because of the limestone underneath (Muschelkalk). It's a bone dry and delicately perfumed wine. The limestone will contribute to the wine outstanding ageing potential.

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  6. Domaine Ansen Riesling (Lerchensand Single Vineyard)

    Delicately perfumed, dry and saline. The clayey underground brings crisp acidity and an outstanding ageing potential to the wine.

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  7. Domaine Ansen Alsace White (Sal Weingarten Single Vineyard)

    Off dry, with exotic, fruity notes.

    Sal Weingarten lies on a southward steep slope. High amounts of iron contribute to the reddish colour of the ground. The underground belongs to the Bundsandstein sandstone of the Trias period. Vine roots are able to seek nutrients deep into the ground. Red sandstone allows rapid warming and is able to store water only moderately, as a result of its sandy structure. The vines therefore tend to exhibit moderate growth and tolerate a long vegetation period which permits a more intensive formation of aromas.

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  8. Domaine Ansen Pinot Gris (Elmen single vineyard)

    The nose reminds us of candied pear and raisins. The mouth is medium sweet. The clay underground brings a very unique structure to the mouth.

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  9. Domaine Rouge Bleu Dentelle White

    TASTING NOTES:

    Colour: golden straw, clear and bright Nose: honeysuckle and melon with a touch of pineapple Palate: elegant Rhône white. Aromatic notes of honeydew melon, apricot and delicate tropical hints. Crisp acidity with stone fruit flavours filling the mid palate. A round, well balanced finish.

    WINE AND FOOD MATCHING:

    A wonderful aperitif, this white wine is delicious either with food or on its own. Enjoy with fleshy white fish, goat’s cheese salads or chicken in creamy sauce.

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  10. Domaine Ansen Gewürztraminer

    This is a juicy, sweet and powerful white wine.

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