A sleek and crisp wine with plenty of fruit and some real charm. The finish is almost dry and that makes this a great wine for all kinds of light summer dishes.
The Bremmer Calmont is said to be the steepest vineyard in all of Europe. It was nearly entirely abandoned by 1999, when Ulrich Franzen began buying up vines, patching together a little over an acre in the center of the hill after negotiations with 112 growers. Today, his son Kilian has grown the holdings to 14 acres, from which he and his wife, Angelina, make mostly dry wines. This is their first Kabinett, foot-trod and fermented with ambient yeasts, and allowed to go through malolactic. It’s a big, broad wine, lip-sticking in its peach and cider-apple flavors, with a quiet vitality.
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