The first time I tried this rosé was at the PROWEIN Fair in Duesseldorf. The next time I tried it again was at the PINK Festival in Cannes. It is a fairly dry light rosé wine with the typical acidic touch of the southern French wines. It is pleasant to drink at a hot summer […]
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Heroldrebe Rosé is a fine dry rare wine from a award winning Winery for Bio Wines. The Winery Schoenhals has won many awards for different wines. Our favorite is this wine, because the grape is planted in very small scale only in Germany. It is a wine especially who have problems with the stomach, when […]
Not a classic Rose but a very smooth and fine Rosé half dry we have found in Germany’s biggest wine area: Rheinhessen – a region of the German state of Rhineland-Palatinate. It is a typical summer wine for those who like a more sweeter taste.
Winemaker Christoph Hammel is very creative finding new concepts for making Rosé. He dedicated this pricewinning dry rosé “Sophie Helene” to his daughter. It is made from Cabernet Sauvignon and Dornfelder. The Cuvée shows a wonderful fruity nose with aromas of raspberries, pomegranate, cherries, yellow figs, a hint of mint and floral accents. On the […]