Peth WetzEstate Riesling Rheinhessen 2022

Product code: 15065
£11.30 inc VAT
Country
Country: Germany
Region
Region: Rheinhessen
Type
Winery
Winery: Peth Wetz
Alcohol
Alcohol: 12.5%
Volume
Volume: 750 ml
Grape
Grape: Riesling
Grape: 100% Riesling
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Country
Country: Germany
Region
Region: Rheinhessen
Type
Winery
Winery: Peth Wetz
Alcohol
Alcohol: 12.5%
Volume
Volume: 750 ml
Grape
Grape: Riesling
Grape: 100% Riesling

Product Notes

Peth Wetz Estate Riesling Rheinhessen is a crisp and refreshing white wine that is crafted in the renowned wine region of Rheinhessen in Germany. The estate-grown Riesling grapes are handpicked and carefully selected to produce a wine that boasts an aromatic bouquet of fruity and floral notes with a hint of minerality. On the palate, Peth Wetz Estate Riesling Rheinhessen is zesty and zippy with a bright acidity that balances the sweetness of the fruit flavors. It is an ideal wine to pair with spicy Asian dishes, seafood, and light salads. This wine is best enjoyed when chilled and is perfect for a warm sunny day or a cozy night in.

About the Winery

Peth Wetz

Peth Wetz is the German wine label that having a founder with rich experience in the international wine market. After years of exploring the wine-producing regions of various countries such as Chile, Australia and the USA, Christian Peth and his wife Maja, returned to their hometown of Bermersheim in Rheinhessen, Germany to start their own label and make the most of the richness of the local wine-rich terroirs.

They set up this company in 2001, and ever since, Peth has been focusing exclusively on his vines and the viticultural practices followed on the vineyards. He owns close to 30 hectares under vine across some of the rich wine-producing regions of Rheinhessen such as Bermersheim, Dalsheim and Westhofen. His main aim was to create wines that were confident, memorable and honest.

The unfiltered Riesling and Pinot Noir wines created under this label are quite popular. French oak barrels are used for maturing these grapes. Intermittent batonnage during the maturation process helps the fruits become full-bodied and more intense than ever. The multiple-racking process followed at the winery helps in creating clear wines, which can be bottled in their unfiltered condition.

Peth Wetz wines fall under five broad categories. They are estate, unfiltered, reserve, grand vintage and fines. Though the unfiltered wines are very popular among the other categories, there is a loyal fan following for the other wines created here as well. The reserve wines that are made from select, hand-harvested grapes are matured for a long time in barrels and bottles to give them the desired power and intensity.

The grand vintage category consists of those wines that produced very rarely. The plots where the fruits are grown for this particular wine are taken care of very meticulously. Pumping and filtering processes aren’t introduced here to retain the originality and character of the land. French oak barrels are used for bottling these wines.

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