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. This wine was grown in Rheinhessen one of the most important wine-growing in Germany. The term Feinherb on a German label is a fairly recent development, since 2003- meaning half-dry.
Grape Varietal: Pinot Blanc a.k.a. Weissburgunder or White Burgundy
Quality: QbA- German White Quality Wine
County of Origin: Germany
Appellation: Rheinhessen - A region protected from cold winds and strong rainfall by surrounding hills, making the area good for wine growing.
Tasting Notes: Bright, fresh, and exceptionally fruity, this wine also has a lovely mineral element that comes from the slate soil of the region. Smooth and elegant bursting with floral aromas and fruit flavors. Brimming with ripe pear, peach, and nectarine flavors.
Food Suggestion: A food-friendly wine great with lighter dishes. Best served chilled and drunk on its own or paired with simple dishes such as seafood or light-flavored meats