Background: The house of Dr. Zenzen has since 1636 been wine growers in Germany. This family tradition of more than 380 years stands for great experience and exclusiveness concerning the quality of wines. The Einig-Zenzen family produces wine grown in the hills above the river Mosel in the small picturesque village of Valwig in the heart of the Mosel wine region.
Grape Varietal: Riesling grapes grown in the Mosel valley
Quality : QmP- Qualitatswein mit Pradikat-Spatlese ( very good wine) The wine is Spatlese quality which means late-picked.
Country of Origin: Germany
Appellation: Mosel Piesporter Goldtropchen is a product of the Mosel valley vineyards around the village of Piesporter in the Middle Mosel.
Tasting Notes: The bouquet possesses a penetrating floral-scented nose of tropical fruit and minerals. It offers wonderful, elegant rich apple and pear flavors and fine acidity with a toasted oak finish.
Food Suggestion: This intense Spatlese goes very well with rich food, such as goose, duck, or ham. Great for Easter ham. A most versatile, all-occasion wine.