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Meyer-Nakel Spatburgunder Rose 2017

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Brands
Meyer-Nakel
Region
Ahr
Tasting Notes
Elegant fruit of strawberry, peach, honey, melon and red cherries; refreshing wine with a lovely fruit‐acidity‐harmony.
Type of Wine
Rose Wine
Vineyard
Meyer-Nakel
Vintage
2017
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Brands:
Meyer-Nakel
Country:
Germany
Region:
Ahr
Tasting Notes :
Elegant fruit of strawberry, peach, honey, melon and red cherries; refreshing wine with a lovely fruit‐acidity‐harmony.
Type of Wine:
Rose Wine
Vineyard:
Meyer-Nakel
Vintage:
2017
VOL (CL):
75

About The Winery

The name of the wine estate goes back to the marriage of grandparents Paula Meyer and Willibald Näkel in 1950. They cultivated an area of just 1.5 hectares, yet were able to make a name for themselves because Willibald’s production of dry red wines represented thoroughly pioneering work at the time.  The Ahr is situated just north of 50˚ latitude, which most people consider to be the boundary for viticulture.

Like many wineries in the Ahr, Meyer-Näkel focuses mainly on Pinot Noir (or as it’s known locally, Spätburgunder). The secret lies in an ideal micro climate found in the Ahr due to special geological conditions. The steep south-facing vineyard slopes are perfectly angled towards the sun, providing additional warmth and sun exposure in one of Germany’s most northerly winegrowing regions. The soil formed from weathered slate and Greywacke warm up easily and are able to store heat. Hence, the grapes grow in an ideal biotope of the narrow Ahr valley that is protected by the Eifel Hills. The unique microclimate is reflected in Meyer-Näkel’s red wines – fruitiness and full body in the foreground, and a slight herbaceousness and minerality on the palate.

Today, the winery is run by 3rd generation Meike and Dörte (with their parents Werner and Claudia Näkel), who have embraced their family’s passion and skill for winemaking, with a fresh take on the River Ahr, Slate and Pinot Noir.


Terroir 

The steep south-facing vineyard slopes are perfectly angled towards the sun. The soil formed from weathered slate and Greywacke warm up easily and are able to store heat creating the ideal condition for grapes to grow.

Ageing

The grapes are pressed gently, the must is clarified by sedimentation. The cooler and strained fermentation takes place in a stainless steel tanks for 6 months.


Tasting Notes

Immerse in the elegance of strawberry, peach, honey, melon and red cherries. This is a refreshing bottle with a balanced harmony of fruitiness and acidity. Tastes complex with a supple finish. This is one of the finest crafted rosé that symbiotically pairs with a myriad of dishes ranging from light starters to hard cheeses. Seafood, poultry and savoury pork are great matches with this bottle too.


Climate

Mild climate with ideal conditions for vinegrowing