Tasting of the late harvest Riesling
Eye: The dress is golden yellow with green and shiny reflections.
Nose: Its bouquet is of great finesse, racy, with subtle fruity aromas, and very complex mineral notes.
Mouth: It is built around a great freshness thanks to its very balanced acidity, the middle of the mouth is marked by the magnitude and the “fat”. It also has aromas of candied fruit. It is a heady, fruity wine with a nice length in the mouth. harvested late, this Riesling called “late harvest” gives a wine of a very high class, heady, fluffy and a wonderful harmony.
Wine pairings with the late harvest Riesling
We cand drinkt it alone as an aperitif or at the conclusion of a meal. It is wonderfully accompanied by Goose foie gras, fresh or seared, a smoked salmon but also desserts including citrus fruits such as Lemon tart.