Duque de Montebello Jumilla Tinto, Monastrell, PDO, süß
Elegant fruit aromas combined with herbal notes compliment each other wonderfully. A delicate, finely fruity wine with a successful harmony of sweetness and the typical acidity of Riesling.
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Article Number: 55141
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A lively, delicate wine with a pleasant sweetness
The Pieroth Estate, located in the Nahe growing region, is an inspiring place full of history. The vineyards are characterised by a variety of soil types. Riesling & white Pinot varieties form the core of our wine portfolio. Gentle processing and harvesting by hand as well as minimal intervention in the cellar define our craft. The town of Bingerbrück is situated on the opposite side of the river Nahe from the old town of Bingen and is perhaps best known for the "The Mouse Tower of Bingen" - a customs tower built in 1298 on an island in the Rhine, which now lies within Bingerbrück's limits. Its name is part of a legend in which the villainous archbishop Hatto of Mainz plays a major role. To eradicate poverty, he had a number of poor people burnt in a shed, ironically commenting on their death cries: "Hear, hear how the mice squeak!" As punishment by the heavens he was plagued by mice, and he fled to the tower to secure himself. But the mice crossed the Rhine to the island, penetrated the tower, and devoured the bishop alive.
A nice wine to accompany an aperitif with nuts and savoury pastries on the terrace on a warm day.
The Pieroth family’s estate, located in the very centre of the village of Burg Layen, is an inspiring place packed with history. The Pieroth family settled in the Nahe region back in 1675 and started to sell great wines at the beginning of the 20th century. At the confluence of the Rhine and the Nahe, in the magical triangle formed by the wine-producing regions of Rheingau, Rheinhessen and Nahe, various terroirs come together in a way unlike anywhere else in Germany. There are 180 varieties of soil in the tightest possible space here. This is unique in Germany and rare even in Europe.