The color of the wine is almost exclusively determined by the skin of the grapes and not by the pulp. So it's entirely possible to make a white wine out of a red grape if you remove the skin early in the process so that it can't release its pigments into the juice. This is how our delicious Blanc de Noir is made - a white wine made from dark grapes.
By the way: most types of champagne fall into this category.
What wine experts say:
"Fine nose of strawberries, ripe pineapple and peaches. Fruity and delicate in the mouth with pleasant sweetness and a delicate acid backbone. A mild, soft drinking pleasure. Very fine with starters with crustaceans, with tender vegetables and a classic fruit salad. "Dr. Rolf Klein, experienced wine author and former editor-in-chief of the magazine " Weinwelt ".
Born in 2021
(AP No. 5073053 0422)
- Golden DLG prize awarded and awarded by the DLG - Federal Wine Awards.
(AP No. 5073053 1121)
- Silver DLG prize awarded and awarded by the DLG - Federal Wine Awards.
Thats what our customers say
[...] The Cabernet blanc does not emulate classic varieties, but results in something completely unique - and offers carefree drinking pleasure in every respect. Brave and right decision!
Delicious wines and a very good schnapps, the way back to Rhodt didn't quite conform to the rules, fortunately without a car! We will definitely be back! [ ... ]
Very, very tasty and good wines [...] In my opinion, the dry Riesling and the red wine cuvée are particularly recommended. [ ... ]
The wines are excellent and the service is friendly and uncomplicated [...] Can only be recommended [ ... ]
The best wine in the Palatinate [...] an unforgettable wine tasting. A must for every white wine lover [ ... ]