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Fritz Haag Brauneberger Riesling 'J' trocken 2020

Fritz Haag

Brauneberger Riesling 'J' trocken 2020

Riesling dry Mosel

The grapes of the Brauneberger Riesling "J" come one hundred percent from the two Brauneberger GROSS LAGEN Juffer and Juffersonnenuhr, which are exclusively planted with Riesling vines due to their quality. Only the best grapes are used in this dry Riesling Spätlese, which is made from selective and extremely careful hand-picking. A juicy citrus fruit, a sensual hint of white peach and the smoky, racy slate spice give this wine its penetrating expression with a lot of depth and grip. A highly refined and lively Riesling that knows how to convince with its finely fruity minerality, elegance and finesse!

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The grapes of the Brauneberger Riesling "J" come one hundred percent from the two Brauneberger GROSS LAGEN Juffer and Juffersonnenuhr, which are exclusively planted with Riesling vines due to their quality. Only the best grapes are used in this dry Riesling Spätlese, which is made from selective and extremely careful hand-picking. A juicy citrus fruit, a sensual hint of white peach and the smoky, racy slate spice give this wine its penetrating expression with a lot of depth and grip. A highly refined and lively Riesling that knows how to convince with its finely fruity minerality, elegance and finesse!

The Wine

Produced in
Germany
Region
Mosel
VDP.Classification
VDP.ORTSWEIN®
Vintage
2020
Grape Variety
100% Riesling
Style
dry
Quality Classification
Q. b. A.
Seal
Screw Cap
Bottle Size
750 ml
Allergens
Contains Sulfites
Alcohol Content (Vol. %)
12 % Vol.
Residual Sugar
4,9 g/L
Total Acidity
7.3 g/l
Producer
Weingut Fritz Haag, Dusemonder Straße 44, 54472 Brauneberg
Weingut Fritz Haag

The Producer

Weingut Fritz Haag

The long-established and widely known Fritz Haag winery is located in the heart of the middle Mosel valley. The winery was first mentioned in documents as early as 1605. At that time, the place was still called Dusemond, which means “sweet hill” or “sweet mountain”. In 1925, Dusemond was renamed Brauneberg. This is a tribute to the color of the iron layers in the slate soils in this section of the Mosel river and was primarily intended to further establish the reputation of its famous vineyards “Brauneberger Juffer Sonnenuhr” and “Brauneberger Juffer”.

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