The Riesling is a Cépage white, originating in the valley of the Rhine and the Moselle. It gives a gastronomical Vin par excellence. It is dry, race, delicately fruity, and offers a bouquet of a large smoothness with sometimes mineral nuances (famous oil flavors) or floral.
This type of vine is planted mainly in Germany (22 000 hectares planted), but also meets in Alsace (2 900 ha), in Australia (3 700 ha), in South Africa (3 500 ha), with the the United States (3 000 ha in California and in the state of New York), in Romania (3 000 ha), in Slovakia (1 500 ha), in Bulgaria (1 500 ha), in Austria (1 200 ha) and in New Zealand (400 ha).
The Riesling agrees perfectly with fish roasted or cooked to butter, the sauce poultries, for example the Poularde with the Riesling, and the cheeses such as the goat expenses.
- late Débourrement;
- late Maturity;
- high natural Outputs (up to 100 hl/ha);
- Sensitive to the noble Rot;
- high Acidity;
- Excellent expression of the soils (from where its nickname d'" sponge with terroir").
OriginValley of the the Rhine (Alsace and Pays of Bade, Germany)
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