Löhrer Berg
Langenlonsheim Riesling
Martin Tesch

VINEYARD Laubenheimer Krone

VARIETY Riesling

PRODUCER The LÖHRER BERG (= empty mountain) in Langenlonsheim is one of the oldest Riesling vineyards in the Nahe. In 1688 Elector Philip William of the Palatinate ordered the planting of Riesling here to the exclusion of all other grape varieties. Numerous natural springs nourish and enhance the loamy, gravel-laden soil and help make it exceptionally fertile. The vines, in place for more than 40 years already, produce juicy and apple-laced Rieslings that often develop subtle earthy notes with a bit of age.

SOIL & CLIMATE Loamy soil with lot´s of gravel and excellent water supply.

VINIFICATION hand picked fully ripe grapes. fertmented in stainless steel. Long maturation in tank on fine lees without batonage.

TASTING NOTES smooth and earthy, round Riesling wine. Medium body, deep fruit which develops with age. Strong enough to go with a wide range of food, particular sea food.