Winzerverein Deidesheim Herrgottsacker Riesling Auslese 2010

Dessert wine & other fortified wines | Germany, The Palatinate
1534 0.375l

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Dessert wine & other fortified wines | Germany, The Palatinate
Grape Icon Riesling
Deutscher Prädikatswein Pfalz
Sweet, very acidic, apricot notes, ripe citrus notes, yellow plum notes, light mineral notes, nuanced
  • ALCOHOL
    9.0%
  • SUGAR
    70.0 g/l
  • ACIDS
    8.6 g/l
  • ENERGY
    80.0 Kcal / 100ml
  • PRICE / LITRE
    40.64 EUR
  • ADDITIONAL INFORMATION
    Dessert wine
  • DEPOSIT
    0.1 €
  • PACKAGING
    bottle
  • CLOSURE
    metal screw cap
  • PRODUCER
    Winzerverein Deidesheim
  • SUPPLIER
    Granqvist Beverage House
  • SELECTION
    general selection
PRODUCT NUMBER
596144
YOUR RATING

Dessert wines are made from overripe grapes that are particularly sweet and aromatic. Grapes are often dehydrated by ‘noble rot’, or botrytis, which lends the wine a honey or medicine flavour.

You can discern notes of peach, apricot, citrus and honey in sweet dessert wines. ‘Noble rot’ dessert wines also have hints of medicine, fresh acidity and intensive, full-bodied sweetness.

The general rule for pairing a dessert with wine is that the wine should be a little sweeter than the food. Dessert wines go best with fresh berry, fruit and cream desserts.

Try dessert wines with cream pudding, white chocolate mousse, Crêpes Suzette, macarons or blue cheese.

Serve sweet dessert wines well-chilled, at 8–10°C. Chilling a bottle from room temperature to the perfect serving temperature takes about three hours in a fridge.

Examples of well-known dessert wines are Sauternes, Tokaji, Beerenauslese, Trockenbeerenauslese and Eiswein.

‘Noble rot’ dessert wines are among the best wines for ageing. Many of them can be cellared for several decades.




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