A GERMAN CULT WINE
When is a wine not a wine, when the wine thinks its a picnic, ora celebration, or a party, or memories of walks in the sunshine with musiuc in the background, when it is a friends bubbling away with laughter on the foreshores of a river. Then this is a wine that is far more than a wine, and this point, if you understand this, you wil understand how 25 million (yes million!) bottles of this wine have been sold and why, then, at this point my friends, why this one is a veritable legend, of the highest cult status
Forget stars, this si a ten star wine, its extraordinary
Burg layer Schlosskapelle is created from the naturally occurring Cobalt in the local sands of the Nahe region in Germany. At the confluence of the Rhine and the Nahe, in the magical triangle formed by the wine-producing regions of Rheingau, Rheinhessen and Nahe, various terroirs come together in a way unlike anywhere else in Germany. There are 180 varieties of soil in the tightest possible space here. This is unique in Germany and rare even in Europe.
The Nahe River, situated in one of Germany's driest regions, is protected by the height of the Soon Forest and the Palatinate highlands. Thus, it is no surprise that the Romans discovered the region's aptitude for viticulture. Today, viticulture plays an important role in the economic structure of the region. Nahe wine is multi-faceted and rich in nuances. The Nahe River is also known as the "Probierstube Deutschlands" (Germany's wine tasting place).
A luscious wine wth wonderful complexity and depth of character. Fans of this wine rave about its smooth velvety texture. Over the years, the Burg Layer Schlosskapelle has become an international fan favourite.
This beautiful Kabinett wine is soft and elegant. The bouquet has a fresh slightly floral nose, accompanied by subtle green apple, white peach, honey, tea and lime flavours. Light bodied and well balanced, with lively fresh acidity makes this the ultimate white wine for all occasions.
Müller-Thurgau, also commonly known as Rivaner, is the second most planted grape in Germany. A child of Riesling and Madeleine Royale, this grape ripens faster than other grapes and is typically picked early. It delivers a lite, aromatic, and flavoursome wine that is best enjoyed young.
Not everyone wants a room temprature red, some of us seek that cool refreshing sensation. The Parliament of Owls is wonderful serviced slightly chilled. 20-30 Minutes in the fridge is enough to bring this wine down to about 9 - 11C.
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