Rudolf Fürst Pur Mineral – Riesling Case of 12 Bottles

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Rudolf Fürst Pur Mineral - Riesling Case of 12 Bottles

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Rudolf Fürst Pur Mineral – Riesling Case of 12 Bottles


Their vineyards and their soil are treated with respect. Self-produced fertiliser (compost) is used to replenish the topsoils and diligent husbandry is used in the vines. The vineyards are scarily steep and almost all work needs to be conducted by hand. Franconia’s finest.


“Peach, honeysuckle and latex are all classic Riesling tasting notes, and this has those in abundance. A slight creamy texture not often associated with the grape variety adds another layer to this excellent wine. Moreish and awesome.”



  • Rudolf Fürst Pur Mineral - Riesling × 12

    “Peach, honeysuckle and latex are all classic Riesling tasting notes, and this has those in abundance. A slight creamy texture not often associated with the grape variety adds another layer to this excellent wine. Moreish and delicious.”


    £21.9£18.90

Description

 

 

Additional information

Weight 1.50 kg
Colour

Country

Germany

Region

Grape Variety

Riesling

Vintage

2018

Volume

ABV

Style

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Why we love this tipple

“Peach, honeysuckle and latex are all classic Riesling tasting notes, and this has those in abundance. A slight creamy texture not often associated with the grape variety adds another layer to this excellent wine. Moreish and delicious.”

Tastes great paired with

Pungent/Funky Cheese

White Fish

Aromatic and Herbal Flavours

Salty and Savoury dishes

MEET THE PRODUCERS

Rudolf Fürst

The Rudolf Fürst winery is steeped in tradition. There is written evidence that documents the family growing grapes since 1638. The winery is situated in the heart of the revered Centgrafenberg vineyard that overlooks the village of Miltenberg. Paul and Monika Fürst inherited the winery in 1979 that had just 1.5 hectares of vines. This was gradually expanded to the present 21 hectares with a focus on growing Spätburgunder grapes (aka Pinot noir).

Their vineyards and their soil are treated with respect. Self-produced fertiliser (compost) is used to replenish the topsoils and diligent husbandry is used in the vines. The vineyards are scarily steep and almost all work needs to be conducted by hand.
From the area’s bright red sandstone they produce world-class Spätburgunder and Riesling wines.

The red wines are similar to the best Burgundy has to offer although often more elegant and fresher. The whites are always packed with huge complexity and flavour. Time is taken in the cellar to craft these traditionally made high-quality wines.

This is all summarised rather nicely by the wise words of Paul himself – “Wine is a product of nature – our foundation. We simply do what is best for the wine. And if the grapes are good, the wine will also be good. On the day of the harvest, we know exactly what treasure we hold in our hands.”

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