Wine Reichsrat von Buhl, Forster "Pechstein" Riesling GG, 2015
Wine brilliant yellow-straw color.
The wine shows a complex, dry, delicious taste with a luxurious structure, perfectly balanced acidity and a long, citrus aftertaste.
Fruity, elegant aroma of the wine reveals citrus and mineral tones, complemented by spicy and toasty nuances.
Wine can be used in pure form as an aperitif. It will make a wonderful couple with white meat, cheese and fish delicacies. Also, this wine perfectly combined vegetable and fish dishes with sauce.
Amazing white wine Forster "Pechstein" Riesling GG is a real gem economy Reichsrat von Buhl. It is made from the Riesling grape variety that grows on one of the largest vineyards of the Palatinate - Pechstein (Pechstein). It is located on the eastern slopes near the settlement of Forst. Vineyard soil is saturated basalt stones. After harvesting berries are traditional vinification. Wine Forster "Pechstein" Riesling GG can be drunk now or in the next 10 years.
Since its founding in 1849 until the present time, the winery Reichsrat von Buhl produces wines from noble grape varieties Riesling, growing on one of the best vineyards - Forster. Franz Peter Buhl, founder of the economy, in a short time was able to produce a delicious wines that have received international recognition. For example, in 1869 the wine from Reichsrat von Buhl was the official opening ceremony of the wine of the Suez Canal. Otto von Bismarck was also a great lover of wine Buhl. Grandson of Franz Eberhard, is the founder and president of the Association of German winegrowers who sought to preserve the high quality of German wines. After his Smer in 1921, the widow Frieda Piper von Buhl took the reins in his hands. Under her leadership, the high quality of wine is not only preserved but also improved. After the death of childless Frida in 1952, according to the will of Eberhard, the winery was taken over by his political friend Georg Enoch von und zu Guttenberg. From 1989 to 2013, the plant was leased by the Japanese businessman Toyohiro Tokuoka.
Since 2013, a new, ambitious company headed by managing director Richard Grosche, technical director Mathieu Kaufmann and manager Werner Sebastian resumed production of fine German wines using organic technology.