The Wein Dackermann Rheinhessen Portugieser Weißherbst Mild Rosé is a rosé wine made by Dackermann from the region of Rheinhessen that is made with portugieser. Drinks&Co users rate this rosé wine with 4 out of 5 points.
“Taste / sensory
Bechtheimer pilgrim path German quality wine very fruity in the nose, reminiscent of fresh strawberries. The taste is refreshing and tasty, a perfect patio wine.
The winery Dackermann is a traditional family which has existed since 1913 and is now located for four generations of the family. From generation to generation, the winery was expanded and enlarged.
Dittelsheim-Heßloch located in the heart of Rheinhessen and only about 20 km from the city of Worms Nibelungen. Tradition and creativity determine the wine of the winery Dackermann. The youngest family member Sascha Dackermann the tradition of family with full dedication and passion since 2010 years. Quality particularly in the vineyards plays a central role in the winery, because a good wine is made in the vineyard and not in the wine cellar. There, the wines of the winery Dackermann be brought to fine completion.
Vineyard / terroir
Viticulture is today by the strongest economic factor in the region. Dittelsheim-Heßloch comprises about 1 350 hectares. Of these, 446 hectares are planted with vines. Rheinhessen is surrounded by rivers Rhine and Nahe and covers an area of approximately 1 400 km between the Rhineland-Palatinate state capital Mainz and the cities Alzey, Bingen and Worms. With approximately 26 200 hectares of vineyards of Rheinhessen is not only the largest wine-growing region of Germany, it is also home to many young, talented young winemaker who consider the wine as a vocation and produce amazing quality wines.
Facts / Description
Category: RoséAnbauregion: Rheinhessen grape: PortugieserWeingut: Dackermann
Alc: 10, 0% vol. Acid: 6, 2 g / l Residual sugar: 55, 1 g / l”