Duque de Montebello Jumilla Tinto, Monastrell, PDO, süß
Chardonnay and Pinot Blanc are the dominant grape varieties, supplemented by Traminer, Scheurebe and Riesling. The wine impresses with its floral and fruity aromas. The intense flavours of rose and apricot are complemented by more subtle notes of lemon balm and banana. A very fruity, aromatic wine with both a lively and elegant character.
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Article Number: 57879
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Gemischter Satz (eng.: field blend) is a wine speciality made from different grape varieties that are planted together in the vineyard and harvested, pressed and fermented together. The Gemischter Satz has a long tradition in Viennese viticulture. Until the phylloxera catastrophe at the end of the 19th century, its cultivation method was widespread, if not the rule, throughout Central Europe. Not only in Austria, but in all major wine-growing regions, winegrowers planted their vineyards with a mixture of grape varieties and not, as is common today, with a single variety. This was done to minimise risk, as each variety reacts differently to frost, heat or too much moisture, and the mixed set cultivation method meant yield and quality assurance. Today, the Gemischter Satz is experiencing a renaissance and is regarded as a symbol and reflection of Viennese wine culture.
Pairs well with roast chicken and white meat.
The Pieroth family shares the passion for wine with their passion of art. That´s what the Gerda & Kuno Pieroth Foundation stand for, which has been promoting artists and art in the Nahe region for many years. Pieroth Art connects wine and fine arts. The artistically designed labels interpret the origin of the wine in the style of Impressionism. The world of wine is as diverse as the world of art, each oeuvre has its own character. In the end, enjoyment is a matter of personal taste.