Fruity Rieslaner Auslese from the Haardter Herzog

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The winery has been family-owned since 1744, the year the Müller-Catoir winery was founded – now in the ninth generation. The VDP- winery (Association of German Prädikatsweingüter) owns 25 hectares, all locations in the Mittelhaardt, in Haardt are the locations Bürgergarten, Herrenletten, Herzog and Mandelring, in Gimmeldingen, Almond Garden and Schlössel. The vines grow on loess, clay or red sandstone, which can also be found in the Haardter Herzog.

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Klaus Peter Keller’s refreshing 2010 Rieslaner Auslese

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The Weingut Keller is certainly one of the real famous wine addresses in Germany. Its clear, concentrated, very elegant, dry Rieslings Große Gewächse, described by the wine critic Jancis Robinson, as German Montrachets, are known far beyond the borders of Germany. These wines come from renowned vineyards such as Abtserde, Aulerde, Hubacker, Kirchspiel, Morstein or Pettenthal and Hipping from the Roten Hang.

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