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Burg Layer Schlosskapelle, Pieroth Blue


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This beautiful Kabinett wine is soft and elegant. The bouquet has a fresh slightly floral nose, accompanied by subtle green apple, white peach, honey, tea and lime flavours.
Light bodied and well balanced, with lively fresh acidity makes this the ultimate white wine for all occasions.

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A Pieroth wine consultant can advise you in detail about this product.

White wine


Light & Elegant



Burg Layer Schlosskapelle, Pieroth Blue

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About this wine from

Nahe, Germany

The Burg Layer Schlosskapelle vineyard is the flagship estate of the Pieroth family. The vineyard is situated on the slopes surrounding our head office and is planted with a selection of various grape varieties. In 1976 in recognition of over 300 years and to distinguish its unique and exquisite wine the Pieroth family revived an old tradition. Naturally occurring Cobalt in local sands used to make the glass, turned the glass bottles blue. Today embossed with the Pieroth family crest the bottle is recognised and found on the tables of wine lovers in over 20 countries known simply as the Pieroth Blue.

Food matching

Wine and Food pairings

Pork and White Meats, Japanese Cuisine and Spicy Asian Food, Fresh Seafood, Cheese and Fruit

About the winemaker

Pieroth Blue

The Pieroth Blue Edition occupies a special role in the Heritage Line. The unique blue bottle reflects an interesting historical aspect of the Nahe – the home region of Pieroth. During times when the glass was formed locally, the bottles took on a bluish-green colour. This was due to the mineral element in the local sand – primarily Cobalt. This unusual glass colour gave the wine bottles of the Nahe region a differentiating feature even back then. Pieroth embraced the idea in 1976, commissioning a royal blue bottle that has become a classic and a symbol of Pieroth in many countries.

The details at a glance



Alcohol ABV

8.5% vol

Residual Sugar

39,8 g/l


5,4 g/l

Serving temperature



contains sulfites


0,75 L

Food Pairing

Cheese platter, Fruit, Poultry, Seafood, Spicy dishes

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