Clemens Busch, Marienburg Fahrlay GG Riesling, Mosel, 2015

Clemens Busch, Marienburg Fahrlay GG Riesling, Mosel, 2015

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Clemens Busch is an extremist producing most beautiful Biodynamic Grosses Gewächs, Grand Cru, Riesling in Mosel. The wine from Marienburg Fahrlay is full bodied, sublime and charming. Sweet orange, passion fruit flavours balanced by intense, salty and stony minerality coming from blue slate, hard rock structure of Fahrlay vineyards. A very exciting, unique and great white wine. And especially the excellent 2015 vintage Marienburg Fahrlay is considered as one of the greatest wines of the Clemens Busch.

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AWARDS AND REVIEWS

19/20 points, Jancis Robinson: "The Fahrlay appears the most exotic of Clemens Busch’s Grosse Gewächse in terms of fruit, without sliding into the trap of tropical exuberance. The fruit may be ripe and sweet, but it’s juicy and fresh too, a real mouthful, refined by subtle mineral layers and almost gripping acidity." 

PRODUCT DETAILS


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Clemens Busch

Clemens Busch produces one of the most powerful wines of the Mosel with unique characteristics and great ageing potential. Respecting nature is their philosophy. Vines are treated with utmost care with natural components, using teas, herbal mixtures, horsetail grasses, even chamomiles are used to soothe the stress. Each vines treated individually by hand. Juice is fermented slowly, 8-10 months, with spontaneous yeast, again all vinification is made by hand as much as possible without mechanical stress to the wine. They respect nature and nature rewards them with highest quality and distinguished wines as a result of healthy vines and fruit.

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Mosel Germany

Mosel is the most famous of Germany's 13 official wine regions, also the third largest in terms of production where the best Rieslings are grown. Its reputation dates back to the Romans who planted the first vineyards along the Mosel river and the city of Trier around the second century. The region is known for its steep slopes overlooking the rivers, on which the vineyards are planted. The steepest vineyard site in the world is located in the town of Bremm, with an incline of 65 degrees.

Being inaccessible to machinery means that seven times amount of manual labour is required. However, this technical difficulty does not prevent them to produce one of the best white wines, Riesling, of the world.