Savoury-elegant wine with notes of mint and fresh herbs, alongside with a touch of grapefruit and gooseberries. On the palate it is perfectly balanced with an exceptional length.
Silvaner vines belong to the old cultivars in Germany. The name can be found in official documents for more than 350 years. Even today around 5% of the German vineyards are planted with Silvaner. This noble grape variety is cultivated particularly in the growing regions of Rheinhessen and Franken. Creamy and complex wines with a nice mineral texture are created from these grapes.
Zimmermann-Graeff & Müller, short ZGM, based in Zell in the Moselle Valley is one of the leading wineries in Germany. The family business was founded in 1886 by Jacob Zimmermann.
ZGM is capable of storing a total of 54 million litres bulk wine, the total storage area amounts to 36,000 m², which provides storage room for additional 10 million litres of bottled wine.
ZGM’s consequently implemented quality management is the basis for ensuring that the high EU quality standards are met consistently.
More than 1,000 carefully chosen vintners from Rhineland-Palatinate supply ZGM with their grapes. Since the takeover of Winery Lorch in 2009, ZGM has its own pressing station and bulk wine cellar in Bad Bergzabern.
Thus ZGM is able to guarantee controlled qualities from the vintner to the wine connoisseur.
Wan Tan soup, king prawns, calamari.
|Vorhandener Alkohol (mass.)||85,6 g/l|
|Vorhandener Alkohol (vol%)||10,85 % vol|
|Gesamtalkohol (mass.)||92,4 g/l|
|Gesamtalkohol (vol%)||11,70 % vol|
|Zuckerfreier Extrakt||20,0 g/l|
|verg. Zucker||14,3 g/l|
|Saccharose||< 0,5 g/l|
|Freie SO2||45 mg/l|
|Gesamte SO2||114 mg/l|