Background: Grapes have been grown in Rheinhessen since Roman times. It is the largest wine-growing region in Germany with 26,563 hectares of vineyards. Rheinhessen is a region at the north-west end. Since May 2008 Mainz and Rheinhessen are members of the Great Wine Capitals Global Network (GWC), a federation of the world’s best-known vineyards.
Grape Varietal: Pinot Noir grapes with skins in contact with the juice just long enough to get the lovely Rose color.
Country of Origin: Germany
Background: The Rheinhessen is protected from cold winds and strong rainfall by surrounding hills, making the area good for wine growing.
Tasting Notes: Delicate and refreshing blush Pinot Noir with a rose-hued color. Aromas and flavors that burst with vibrant notes of ripe and red berries as well as a touch of fresh strawberries with a crisp hint of medium-sweet finish on the palate.
Food Suggestion: Enjoy this fruity rose with light meat or fish dishes as well as on its own.