The Spätlese from the Kanzemer Altenberg is reductive in the nose with a yeasty aroma and cool minerality. In the yellow-fruity Näs'chen there are still some hidden herbal nuances and wet flint and smoke. On the palate cool and clear with polished juicy fruit of dark berries and herbal nuances. The soft sweetness is woven into a highly fine and animating acidity structure. The texture is slightly creamy, in a certain way even a bit baroque. In the long, spicy-mineral finish there is a lot of juice and play and a hint of exotic fruit.
Weingut von Othegraven
At the foot of the Kanzemer Altenberg vineyard, well hidden in a large park, lies the traditional Weingut von Othegraven. The stately manor house with its English garden and the adjoining Kanzemer Altenberg make up a cultural monument and are listed as historical monuments as well.All wines from Weingut von Othegraven
The Saar is the largest tributary of the Mosel. The winegrowing area extends from Serrig to the mouth of the Saar River at Konz, as the crow flies about twelve kilometers upstream. The acreage of the Saar region is rather small with about 750 hectares. Nevertheless, there are numerous excellent vineyards, some on steep slopes.More wines from the region