This German red wine from Baden convinces with its velvety strong taste and is with a sweetness degree of 2.8 g/l especially for lovers of strong and dry wines an excellent choice.
The fruity, full-bodied vine is striking and full-bodied on the palate and delights with an intense aroma of black currant and forest fruits with a hint of vanilla. The red wine is best drunk lightly chilled at 15 - 17 degrees. A natural, not too long finish completes the experience. The dark deep red colour and the full impression the wine shows in the glass complete the experience optically.
Style: velvety & strong
Origin: Kaiserstuhl, Germany
Alcohol content: Alc. 13.5% vol.
- Lot mixte
- Vin rouge
- Fabricant, nom du vin
- Spätburgunder trocken, Ihringer Fohrenberg-Weinkontor Glatt
- Nombre de bouteilles
- Taille de bouteille
- Bouteilles (0,75 L)