Winery Notes: "We at Reichsrat von Buhl rely on dry wines. On really dry wines. Dry in German wine regulations can be up to 9g/L of residual sugar. And that is not dry. Or not dry enough. At least not for us. With us is "dry" between 0 and 4g residual sugar. But on the bottle, the law is to just put "dry" on it. Therefore, we have considered visualizing our type of dry, namely bone-dry, and especially on the label. The next consideration was to integrate the respective wine aromas visually into the skull, which stands for "bochentrocken". Et voilà - von Buhl Bone Dry was born!" This Spätburgunder Rosé has less that 1g/L residual sugar! At a very moderate 12% Alc and racy 7.2g TA...this is a fresh, zesty, palate cleansing rosé that is super refreshing and versatile. Perfect for summer sipping. (p.s. the label is pretty awesome and changes under a black light too - perfect for Halloween / Día de los Muertos!) Ryan Woodhouse - K&L Germany Wine Buyer
By: Jacques Moreira
K&L Staff Member
Very nice floral aromatics and sure... It is completely dry on the delicate palate. Reminiscent of a Sancerre rosé. The cool label sure makes it stand out in a crowded rosé line up these days.
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