Unit price: HUF 8 467 / litre. Our prices are gross prices.
The new wine in the winery's selection is a return to the light, fruity Kabinett style after a long absence. The name pays homage to the memory of Luise Wolf, who, as the wife of the founder Alfred Bürklin, was not only one of the name-givers of the winery, but also took an active part in its operation. While the grapes for the dry base Riesling come almost entirely from the village of Wachenheim, this is made from the produce of the higher, cooler vineyards that are closer to the forest. Peppermint, pineapple and peach aromas, with residual sugar on the palate highlighting the rich fruitiness, while the low alcohol and lively acidity provide a great balance and an almost dry finish.
One of Germany’s largest family wineries and biodynamically cultivated estates. They have 86 hectares and instead of growing further, they’re cutting down in order to improve the biodynamic growing. Beside the dry Rieslings, they are known for their sweet wines. They classify their vineyards based in a Burgundian way.