Wine Domaine Ostertag Riesling Vignoble d'E 2009
Wine beautiful light golden color.
Taste wine generous, intense, concentrated, complex, with nuances of tropical fruits, sweet aftertaste.
The wine has a delicate aroma of yellow and white flowers and almonds.
Domaine Ostertag Riesling Vignoble d'E - excellent company for any seafood dishes and white meat.
Domaine Ostertag Riesling Vignoble d'E 2009 - a dry white wine, which is inherent in a complex rich flavor with hints of fruit and flavor tromicheskih, riddled with hints of white and yellow flowers and almonds. Domain Ostertag Riesling Vignoble d'E harmonizes well with seafood. The wine is produced from Riesling grapes, which are harvested by hand. The drink is kept in barrels and barriques of Allier oak.
Domain Ostertag - is a relatively young winery, whose history began in 1966. The company was founded by the father of the present owner Andre Ostertag. At that time, it owned a total of 9 hectares of vineyards, with a crop which gets about 6 thousand. Cases of wine. Domain Ostertag today owns 13 hectares of vineyards, divided into 75 small areas, among them - the Grand Cru Muenchberg, leading its history since the XII century. Since 1998, all vineyards implemented biodynamic farming methods, and - significantly reduced yields. Domain produces 16 different wines. Thanks to the entrepreneurial talent, perseverance, courage and experience obtained from the wine of Burgundy, Andre Ostertag achieved great results. Its wines are recognized as one of the best in the region. Andre is not afraid to experiment. Breaking the tradition of wine made in Alsace, he was the first to resist white wines in oak barriques Allier and implement new methods of vinification. All wines Domain can be called great, they show great depth, strength, balance and richness. Robert Parker highly appreciates the young Alsatian wine winemaker, considering them "the most luxurious wines of the region." As a recognized expert says: "Even the mistakes Andre Ostertag is much more expensive than its competitors' success because it mistakes the discoverer."