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Scheurebe, Haardt, Müller-Catoir 2022
Crisp, bone-dry and refreshing with a hint of grapefruit. and pineapple. A fun alternative to sauvignon and perfect as an aperitif. In 2016 the centenary of the scheurebe grape, a crossing of riesling with a wild grape, and not surprisingly it has gained fashionable status in Germany.
Original price: £18.50 Sale price: £16.50 Bottle
Original price: £222.00 Sale price: £198.00 Case of 12
- White Wine
- 1 - Bone dry
- Now to 2026
- 12.5% Alcohol
- no oak influence
- Cork, natural
This a very traditionally run family estate, founded in 1744 and now in its 9th generation. This is traditionally run with top vineyard sites in Haardt and Gimmeldingen.
Riesling takes precedence and is turned into wines of any number of styles from dry to very sweet. But the estate has diversified to include many other grape varieties, some similar to riesling, being little known but capable of making intense sweet dessert wines.