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2021 Weingut Beurer Rosé Trocken, Württemberg, Germany

2021 Weingut Beurer Rosé Trocken, Württemberg, Germany

$23.99

  • 2021 Weingut Beurer Rosé Trocken, Württemberg, Germany
    • 2021 Weingut Beurer Rosé Trocken, Württemberg, Germany

    2021 Weingut Beurer Rosé Trocken, Württemberg, Germany

    $23.99 Excl. tax

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    The ultimate summer quencher. Farmed certified biodynamic. Light and salty crushed melons and bursting berries, perfect for any occasion outdoors.

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    ABOUT THIS WINE

    The juice for this rosé is obtained from Trollinger, Portuguese, Zweigelt and Pinot Noir mash. Light pink shimmering color, fresh bouquet and delicate acidity - a wine to have fun with!

    Like all Weingut Beuer's wines, this rosé is fermented exclusively with the vineyard's own yeasts (spontaneous fermentation).

    ABOUT THIS PRODUCER

    Among winemakers in Germany, Beurer is revered and his whites and reds are nearly always considered among the greats. Few winemakers are able to achieve such thrust and such purity, from the simpler Trollinger and Portugieser up to Grauburgunder, Sauvignon Blanc and, yes, Riesling.

    Yet Beurer’s influence flows not only through his wines, but through his actions. Jochen is one of the deepest thinkers about the environment beyond the vineyards. A tour with Beurer is as likely to include a discussion of his bees, the vegetation and animals surrounding the vineyards as it is to include a discussion of the soil and vines themselves. Jochen farms both organic and biodynamic (he is Demeter certified), yet still he does not speak in easy truths; he seems to be seeking a viticulture that is beyond these simple rules, more integrated, more complete.

    Nonetheless, it’s not shocking that Beurer is less well known in the U.S. First, he’s from Swabia, a southern region only recently created by the importer Selection Massale. Swabia is not part of the old-school, cannonical history of winemaking in Germany. It is a fertile place, with a diverse array of agriculture. Which brings us to the second reason that Beurer is not as famous as he should be: he does not focus solely on Riesling, but embraces the wild and complicated diversity of Teutonic grapes and wines.

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