You will be utterly charmed by this fruity, delightful, dry rose made by the great Wirsching estate from Franken, Germany. Made from Pinot Noir and Portugieser. Look for a lovely note of fresh mountain strawberries in the aroma, and the flavors in this f
From the historic Franconia region of Germany, this great producer of dry white wines has given us a charming rosé made from Pinot Meunier and a regional wine called Portugieser, probably brought to Germany from the Danube. Look for a lovely note of fresh mountain strawberries in the aroma, and the flavors in this fruity, yet dry and vivacious rosé. Pair with fish, cured meats, shellfish, salads with vegetables.
Wirsching is one of the largest privately owned estates in Germany with history dating back to the year 1630, when Hans Wirsching donated a vineyard to the Abbey at Ebrach. This was the first record documenting the Wirsching family’s involvement in wine. The Wirsching legacy and involvement with agriculture and winemaking has continued to the present.
Currently, The estate has holdings of nearly 80 hectares of which 40% in planted to Silvaner, the rest other grapes. Vineyard soils are gypsum marls with sandstone, clays and loams. Wirsching is a member of the VDP.