Pfalz, 2017, Kerner 12.0% QbA BD 2017 Kerner
|Wine maker||Weingut Borell Diehl, Hainfeld, Germany|
|Total acid||6.9 g/l|
|Residual sugar||14 g/l|
A Sweden grape variety out of the 19th-century named after Justinus Kerner, is a crossing of the red variety of Trollinger with the white variety of Riesling. It is tend to early ripe.
This is a light wine with a light golden colour, non-complicated minerality with a touch of flavour of yellow fruits; peach & mango. Open a bottle of this wine for a delightful evening with a circle of people.
Go well with a light dishes & may be a touch of spicy.
From my experience; even one litre bottle with the screw cap, this wine would still surprise you after a few years; The aroma and the responses from palate were stable when a bottle of this wine opened and tested four years later.
Horace Cheung, 2018.07.18