<10 tasting notes
An elegant Riesling selection, finest fruit aromas, an accomplished interaction of sweetness and acidity being effected by the soil’s percentage of slate.
The name of the hillside site Klosterberg (literally, monastery hill) derives from “Closterweg,” the old path that ran through this vineyard in Kiedrich en route between the monastery Kloster Eberbach and its mill near Elt- ville. The shallow to deep stony-gritty soils of the southwest-facing site are of Devonian (coloured sandstone) and pre-Devonian (phyllite and serecite gneiss) origin, and are mixed with gravelly loess.
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