Tip on Grade, Spätlese
Spatlese stands for the wine made from grapes harvested later than normal in the picking season. Therefore, concentration and maturation shine further with attractive roundness. Its greater body and pleasant sweetness are also another characteristic for the grade.
Tip on Appellation, Mosel
Mosel is nestled across 3 rivers, namely the Mosel and the Saar and the Ruwer into which the Mosel is branced out.
The appellation represents the well-known wine-making area along with Rheingau, whose unique geographical landscape that over 40% of the overall area slopes up at no less than 30 degrees.
In the arena that white wine is highly produced Riesling earmarks for more than 50%. Wine made from the variety has a range of types from fruity and generous aroma and flavor to earthy, spicy one.