Nussdorfer Herrenberg 2012 – Germany

By on February 5, 2017 in Uncategorized with 0 Comments

2012 Nussforfer HerrenbergOn a recent trip home, I got to try a very unique wine indeed.  A gift from my sister to my dad, was a bottle of 2012 Nussdorfer Herrenbery Qualitalswein Pfalznow I can’t lie here, I have no idea what I was drinking but it was white and yummy.

As much as I want to be able to tell you some bullshit about the winery it was from, hey its no sauvignon blanc, but it got the job done.  I am not even really sure where she got it form, most like a wine subscription service.  Funnily enough the thing I loved about it most, was it actually had a wine cork in it.

From The Bottle

Pieroth, nestles in the idyllic Nahe Valley, the House of Pieroth has grown to be one of the largest German wine enterprises.  With a wine making tradition stretching back to 1731, the House of Pieroth in Burg Layen offers characteristic wines from the Nahe and Rhine regions and also from other major wine regions in the world.The Guff

Details : 12.5%  Alcohol, Crok

Tasted : Jan 2015

Best Drinking : Had it with Christmas Dinner.

Score : 16.5/20

Region : Germany

Buy From : Got no idea ??

Comments : Its a nice drop, woks well with any light food.

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