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Ruppertsberg Linsenbusch Grauburgunder Trocken, Ruppertsberg Winzerverein 2021
White Wine from Germany - Pfalz
A delightful pinot gris (here called Grauburgunder) from an expertly run co-operative in Ruppertsberg. This is full, dry and rich with spicy fruit and a hint of yeast and fresh bread. It is enjoyable on its own or with a comforting risotto and is excellent value for money.
Price: £8.75 Bottle
Price: £105.00 Case of 12
- White Wine
- 2 - Dry
- Pinot Gris
- Now to 2024
- 12.5% Alcohol
- no oak influence
The Ruppertsberg cooperative, brilliantly managed by wine-maker Gerhard Brauer, is situated in the heart of the Pfalz's best vineyard. Because of their success, they have recently taken over two neighbouring coops at Königsbach and Meckenheim, so they now control 450 hectares, planted 40% with riesling and 40% red grapes, chiefly dornfelder. The Society buys only their best wines which comes from their original holdings in Ruppertsberg, including their top site Hoheburg.