|Article:||2011 Brauneberger Juffer-Sonnenuhr Riesling Auslese Paulinshof|
|Description:||Dense shiny gold. In the bouquet flavours of honey and papaya, following also at the palate.Honeyed prelude accompanied by a pressure of strong fruit acid, supported intensively by exotic fruit notes of pineapples, passion fruit and cape gooseberry. Sweet flavours of apricot swirl light-footedly and filigreely around the slim body which seems expressive and full of character despite little alcohol value because of the high extract density. In the finish long and lasting.|
|Drinking temperature:||10 - 12 °C|
|Drink recommendation:||To the variation of raspberry with mascarpone and sorbet to a little layer cake of strawberry with green pepper, cream and sponge, on crêpe suzette with orange zests, lukewarm orange sauce and vanilla icecream.|
The Paulinshof is a former abbey farm of the church St. Paulin; the first documentary mention in connection with wine reaches back up to the year 936. The gate opens today in the possession of family Jüngling for you as an oenophile to a fascinating world of the wine. Restrained shoot treatment, small harvest quantities and a gentle wine preparation in the cellar form the bases in the field of production of high-class gourmet wines. Particularly wines in the dry and semi dry range have occupied places at the very front at many national and international competitions within the last years.
The area around the Juffer-Sonnenuhr is a shoot area run through of ledges and extreme steep slopes and puts the main item in the midst of the Brauneberger Juffer. The romans already recognized the exceptionally favourable climatic conditions and have cultivated shoots here. The excavations of a Roman wine press house have to be inspected at the foot of this steep situation. The classification of the Moselle situations in the year 1804 ordered by Napoleon moved only and alone the wines from the Brauneberg to the first class.
|Country of origin:||Germany|
|Address:||Paulinstraße 14, D-54518 Kesten|