Light golden colour with juvenile reflections. Intensive fruity nose of apricots, candied fruits, sugar melon, white peaches and Mirabelle plums. Delicate, almost fresh hints of honey, seductive fragrance. Interesting also for beginning lovers of noble sweet wines. Multi-faceted, sweet with extremely juicy acidity and really elegant creamy texture. Preserved apricots, delicately integrated residual sugar which adds to the brilliant acidity, at the “back” of the palate notable vibrations, very juicy – a “Beerenauslese” which also steep hill vintners with experiences with slate soils envy us. Those who can resist … have to turn directly to the Ruster Ausbruch!
Gooseberry tarte with Pecorino and honey. Roasted goose liver with Muscat raisins, quark pancake with stewed plums, peach ice cream with pieces of fruit, desserts with local fruits such as strawberries or greengage, rice pudding with raspberry syrup. Goat cheese pastries with molten apricots.
Hand-picked mid-october 2010 into small boxes.
Crushing, approx. 3 hours of maceration in the tank press, gentle pressing for several hours, fermentation in stainless steel tanks, interruption of fermentation by racking and chilling. Maturation in steel tanks.
|Grape varieties||40% Welschriesling, 30% Sauvignon blanc, 15% Furmint, 15% Traminer|
|Serving temperature||Dependent on accompanying food 8 - 13˚C.|
|Acidity||11,2 g/l (!)|
|Residual sugar||117,0 g/l|
|Bottle sizes||100% screw cap in 0,375l bottles cork for Magnums|