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In the glass, the Godramsteiner Ochsenloch Weißer Burgunder Erste Lage from Weingut Münzberg shows a bright pale yellow color. After the first swirl, one can perceive a first-class balance in this white wine, as it stands out on the walls of the glass neither watery nor syrupy or liqueur-like. The bouquet of this white wine from the Palatinate region captivates with hints of cherry blossom, acacia, orange blossom and lime. If we trace the aromatics further, brittle, walnut and roasted hazelnut are added.
The Weingut Münzberg Godramsteiner Ochsenloch Weißer Burgunder Erste Lage presents itself to the wine connoisseur wonderfully dry. This white wine never shows itself coarse or meager, as one might expect from a wine premium and site wine segment. Balanced and complex, this light white wine presents itself on the palate. With its present fruit acidity, the Godramsteiner Ochsenloch Weißer Burgunder Erste Lage reveals itself impressively fresh and lively on the palate. The finale of this white wine with good aging potential from the wine-growing region of the Palatinate, more specifically from Godramstein, finally convinces with good reverberation. The finish is also accompanied by mineral hints of the soils dominated by loess and clay.
Vinification of the winery Münzberg Godramsteiner Ochsenloch Weißer Burgunder Erste Lage
This balanced white wine from Germany is made from the Pinot Blanc grape variety. The grapes grow under optimal conditions in the Palatinate region. Here, the vines dig their roots deep into soils of clay, limestone and loess. Of course, the Godramsteiner Ochsenloch Weißer Burgunder Erste Lage is also determined by climate and viticultural style Godramstein. This German wine can literally be called an Old World wine, which presents itself extraordinarily impressive. The ripening of the grapes for this wine from Pinot Blanc is influenced to a considerable extent by the climate of the growing region. In the Palatinate, the grapes thrive in a rather cool climate, which is reflected, among other things, in particularly long and even grapes and a rather moderate must weight. When the perfect physiological ripeness is ensured, the grapes for the Godramsteiner Ochsenloch Weißer Burgunder Erste Lage are harvested exclusively by hand without the help of coarse and less selective full harvesters. After the hand harvest, the grapes are immediately taken to the winery. Here they are selected and carefully broken up. Fermentation follows in stainless steel tanks and large wood at controlled temperatures. Fermentation is followed by aging for several months on the fine lees before the wine is finally bottled.
Food recommendation for the Godramsteiner Ochsenloch Weißer Burgunder Erste Lage by Weingut Münzberg
Experience this white wine from Germany best moderately chilled at 11 - 13°C as a companion to cabbage roulades, chickpea curry or leek soup.
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