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Bischöfliche Weingüter Trier 2011 Dom QBA Riesling

This fruity DOM Riesling entices with ripe and opulent fruit aromas as well as fine mineral acidity.

 Producer Bischöfliche Weingüter Trier
 Region Mosel
 Country Germany
 Varietals Riesling
 Alcohol 10.5% alc/vol
 Vintage 2011

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Varietal Facts

Wine Basics — Grape Varietals 101: Riesling | Just Wine

Wine Basics — Grape Varietals 101: Riesling

An introductory guide to Riesling wine. Everything you need to know about the grape variety including flavour, food pairings and growing regions...
Try Reisling Wine if You Like Chenin Blanc.   Overview of Riesling Wine A variety of styles from bone dry to very sweet. High in acidity and very aromatic.   How To Pronounce the grape Reisling: REES-ling   Why We Like Riesling Wine It’s complex and varies depending on the region and the winemaking...
Wine Basics — Grape Varietals 301: Riesling | Just Wine

Wine Basics — Grape Varietals 301: Riesling

Now that you’ve read the introductory guide to the Riesling wine varietal, it’s time to dig deeper into the Vitus vinifera grape variety.
Click Here for the Introductory Guide to Riesling   Riesling (Vitis vinifera var ‘Riesling’) A very aromatic vitis vinifera grape variety that originate in the Rhine region of Germany. Pronounced ‘REEce-ling’   Specific Regions where Pinot Noir Grapes Are Grown Mosel, Germany is known for producing...

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About the Producer

Bischöfliche Weingüter Trier

Bischöfliche Weingüter Trier

Trier, Rhineland-Palatinate, Germany Trier, Rhineland-Palatinate, Germany

Bischöfliche Weingüter Trier: A Traditional Heritage In 1966, with the merger of the three major wineries – Bischöfliches Konvikt (est. in 1840), Bischöfliches Priesterseminar (est. in 1773), and Hohe Domkirche (est. in 1851) – an estate was established that owns absolute prime vineyards: Bischöfliche...

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