Created in 1990 to blend the young vines and declassified fruit from the Grand Cru sites. This allows them to ensure the supreme quality of the Grand Cru wines while making use of the quality fruit that is ‘left over’.
Bright pale yellow, enticing aromas of yellow fruits, lush savoury fruit aromas, loads of fruit; elegant play of fruit and acidity framed by mineral hints; lots of finesse and well-balanced; good ageing potential.
The Breuer Estate was a major force in the re-emergence of Rheingau as a pre-eminent wine region. Their wines are Rheingau from top to toe. Powerful weight and structure with finesse, elegance and complexity. Drinking well now but will reward cellaring for the long term.
Rheingau – Producing Only 3% of Germany’s wine overall, this is a high quality region making some of the greatest dry Riesling of German and the world. Compared to the precipitous slopes of the Mosel the Rheingau is quite gentle in its aspect and the Rhine River has a moderating effect on the microclimate in the vineyards.
Riesling – One of the world’s most noble varieties and known transmitter of terroir. Riesling is an important variety for quality wine production although only makes up approximately 4% of the planted area. Wonderful wines are found in Germany, Austria, Alsace and Australia. They can be as dry as any wine you’ll taste or super sweet and luscious. It is a wonderful grape. See more about Riesling here.