Includes 19% MwSt.
(47,33  / 1,0 L)

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Filigree Riesling from New Zealand’s south

The grape material for felton Road’s Riesling Bannockburn comes from 30-year-old vines. These are located in plots (blocks) 2 and 4, which are located within the “Elms Vineyard”. This is characterized by deep soils of angular slate gravel. The careful, manual reading took place in the period from 09. until 20 April. This was followed by whole grape pressing and about 10 days of storage on the fine yeast before the juice was spontaneously fermented with wild yeasts. The approximately 4-week fermentation was stopped by cooling when the optimal balance between acidity, alcohol and a residual sugar of 64g/l was reached. The careful winemaking with minimal intervention highlights the crisp natural acidity and the typical Riesling properties are finely balanced. A very filigree wine from New Zealand with a low alcohol content of 9.5% vol.


What does the Riesling Bannockburn from Felton Road taste like?

The Riesling Bannockburn from Felton Road shows a subtle scent of lemon, tangerine and peach, accompanied by a subtle, mineral note. The pleasant sweetness on the palate is quickly softened by the characteristic natural acidity, which is perfectly integrated and ensures a good balance. The mineral accent that comes from the slate soils and the delicate acidity create a fascinating tension. An expressive, elegant wine from New Zealand’s south, with low alcohol and a pithy-spicy finish.

2021 Felton Road Riesling Bannockburn


Which food does felton Road’s Riesling Bannockburn go with?

Felton Road’s Bannockburn Riesling is ideal with white and green asparagus with lightly melted butter, ham, boiled potatoes and light fish dishes. With its residual sweetness, it also goes great with soy-based Asian cuisine. Try it with sushi, especially the Philadelphia or California role.

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