Duque de Montebello Jumilla Tinto, Monastrell, PDO, süß
Ripe stone fruits, suggestive of peach and nectarine, characterise the wonderfully warm and intense aromas. The elegantly integrated acidity gives a fresh, lifted feeling on the palate. The mineral notes combine with the fruit flavours for a juicy, harmonious taste. A wine with a great balance and an excellent structure, which offers potential for good ageing.
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Article Number: 53662
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The Nahe has 2,000 years of wine-growing tradition and is protected from cold winds by the high Hunsrück mountains. The predominantly mild temperatures and the abundance of sunshine create an excellent climate for viticulture on the Nahe. Grape varieties such as Riesling, Rivaner and Silvaner grow on around 4,200 hectares in the beautiful Nahe valley. Around three quarters of the vineyard area is planted with the finesse-rich Riesling. The vines grow on volcanic porphyry, loess or clay soils, as well as on shale. This makes it possible to plant a wide range of grape varieties.
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.