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Autumn colored vineyards around Gols View towards the illuminated winery at night Barrique casks Sonnenmulde wine bottles Barrique storage Late harvest while the leafes show first autumn colours View towards the winery Rows of grapevines in summer, about 1 month befor the harvest Trailer filled with fresh grapes at the harvest Hillside vineyard with autumn colored leafes Andreas and Kathrin Sun rises through ground fog while wind turbines tower above the vineyards Vineyard next to a forest, autumn colored leafes People at manual wine harvest View of vineards starting to change leafe colours in autumn

Young Wines

Saturday, October 25, 2014

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A bottle and a glass with some wine stand on a white counter. In the background there is an illuminated picture of a vineyard.
Young Welschriesling ready to be enjoyed.

Almost exactly this time every year, our first young wines of the new vintage arrive ready to taste and drink.

The 2014 harvest is already history. The wines are pressed, fermented and safely stored in our cellar where they can and indeed should develop and ripen. For two wines we make an exception tough. They have been picked early, fermented gently, fined and are thus now already fit for bottling. We will deliver the very first bottles to our customers in only a few days time and of course have the wines ready for tasting at this year’s Martiniloben/Day of Open Cellar Doors from November 7th to 9th.

2014 was not really a year for very heavy and full-bodied wines. But regarding fresh-fruity specimens like our two young wines the story is quite different. We find they are both a great introduction to the new vintage and enjoyable, easy to drink companions for many occasions starting right now until the end of next summer.

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