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2007 Freiherr von Heddesdorff Winninger Bruckstuck Riesling Spatlese Halbtrocken

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The Freiherr Von Heddesdorff estate has been in the same family since 1424 and has been producing wines from the steep Uhlen and Röttgen vineyards since. Their four hectares of slate vineyards, all planted with the Riesling grape, located at the confluence of the Mosel and the Rhein always give well-extracted, spicy and bright wines. Andreas von Canal has been carrying on the family tradition since 1984 in a castle-like building, parts of which are over 1,000 years old. The Brückstück is one of the oldest and steepest vineyards on the Mosel. Vinification in large, neutral, oak barrels gives a creamy texture to this slatey, mineral wine. This halbtrocken ("half-dry") wine also balances out the vibrant acidity of the Riesling with a touch of retained, residual sweetness.
-- Greg Moore, Moore Brothers Wine Company, February 12, 2013


Freiherr von Heddesdorff Winninger Bruckstuck Riesling Spatlese Halbtrocken
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SKU# H1061

Winery: Freiherr von Heddesdorff
Style: White Wine
Varietal: Riesling
Region: Mosel-Saar-Ruwer

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