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Vines Riesling ( %)

Color: Golden yellow.
Smell: The nose is elegant with hints of yellow fruit, herbaceous and emineral notes.
Taste: The palate is fresh, lively and balanced, juicy with peach and apricot aromas; harmonious and well balanced, it boasts an excellent long and persistent finish.
Food pairing: Perfect with fish and shellfish dishes, sushi, raw fish and cheeses.

The name of the vineyard derives from a fountain surrounded by walnut trees and anticipates the presence of aquifers that benefit the hill and the roots of the vineyards by bringing important nutrients. Last but not least, the particular mesoclimate favors a healthier and slightly anticipated development of the grapes.

Soil: Sandy.
Vinification: Fermentation and aging in stainless steel at controlled temperature. Cold maceration and stop on the lees.
Sugar residue: 11.2 g/l.


Schloss Schönborn

Schönborn Castle has been a veritable bulwark of the entire Rheingau Valley since 1349. Over the centuries the property has passed from hand to hand, expanding to cover the current planted area of ​​50 hectares exclusively in Riesling The company's Rieslings come from soils rich in gravel and clay but also in minerals, a natural habitat for this vine with fresh and sharp characteristics on one side, but also noble and sweet in late harvest. In the vineyard there is the utmost respect for nature, the environment, biodiversity and the ecosystem, so carefully following the rhythms of the seasons, those that come to harvest are punctually healthy and straightforward, rich and concentrated grapes in every smallest organoleptic nuance. In the cellar, always without ever departing from the highest quality standards, all operations are carried out always trying to respect the individual "crus" as much as possible, so as to enhance every small peculiarity. Wines with an unmistakable character come to life in this way, elegant witnesses of a unique territory and grape variety.

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