Duque de Montebello Jumilla Tinto, Monastrell, PDO, süß
This unusual and rare German red wine is everything you would want in a versatile wine – it is fruity, light in alcohol and has around the same residual sugar levels as our Bor Forras, Mundana and Murdei.
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Article Number: 59256
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Everything you would want in a versatile wine
Baden is Germany's longest wine region, stretching for approximately 400km (250 miles) from the border of Franken in the north to Lake Constance in the south. It is primarily situated on the eastern bank of river Rhine and is protected by both the Black Forest and the Vosges mountains along part of its length. Although this wine region has a long history of winemaking neither the colour nor quality of the earliest wines is now known. In the Kraichgau the high noble Counts of Katzenelnbogen received their title and were famous for supporting viticulture as far back as the 12th century. The Regent grape was created in 1967 by Professor Gerhardt by crossing the Diana and Chambourcin grape varieties, and it has now gained a reputation for producing excellent fruity red wines.
Enjoy with wild game, rich pasta dishes, cheese or on its own.