On the nose, this wine clearly shows its origin. In addition to the herbal spice and slate minerality so typical of Grünhaus, aromas of ripe stone fruit such as quince, pears and apples and citrus fruits such as lime, pomelo and white grapefruit are particularly evident. On the palate it surprises with its clarity and elegance. The aromas of citrus fruit are found again and pair with a noticeable saltiness. Nuances of woodruff and Assam tea give it the typical spiciness of the Herrenberg and make it a profound and complex wine.
Weingut Maximin Grünhaus
The mighty Grünhaus hillside vineyard looks like a wine titan that has been sleeping for centuries. Opposite the vineyard, the manor house of the von Schubert family.All wines from Weingut Maximin Grünhaus
The small Ruwer River winds its way from the Hochwald through a narrow valley, surrounded by forests, meadows, and imposing vineyards. Between Sommerau and its outlet, at the Mosel River, east of Trier, wine has been cultivated here for over 2,000 years.More wines from the region