Luminous light yellow color with green reflections and a fine, persistent perlage. A little lemon zest, white blossom and a hint of caramelized butter on the nose. The palate is fresh and dry, fine and classic “Blanc de Blancs” with lemon and pear, lime leaf and brittle. Lots of salty minerality is evident in the long, slim, supple and appetizing finish. Crisp, slightly fruity and invigorating, perfect with food or as an aperitif. 24 months storage on the lees.
Baden is situated in the federal state of Baden-Württemberg, bordering France to the west and Switzerland to the south. It stretches from the northern part of the Black Forest to the northern outskirts of the city of Basel.
Baden is known for its vibrant wine culture, and various wine festivals and events take place throughout the year. These festivals provide an excellent opportunity for locals and visitors alike to taste and enjoy the region’s wines.
Climate & Terroir
The region benefits from a relatively mild climate, thanks to its proximity to the Rhine River and the shelter provided by the Black Forest to the east. The diverse terroir of the region, including various soil types and microclimates, allows for the cultivation of a wide range of grape varieties.
Premium Wine Range
The premium wine range are coming from carefully selected vineyards. These vineyards may have specific characteristics, such as unique soil types, optimal microclimates, and well-established vines, which contribute to the wines’ exceptional quality. There wines are aged for an extended period to develop complexity, depth, and character with various aging techniques, such as aging in oak barrels, to impart additional flavors and textures to the wines.
In the context of German sparkling wine, “b.A.” stands for “bestimmte Anbaugebiete,” which translates to “specific regions” in English. When you see “b.A.” on a German Sekt label, it means that the grapes used to produce the sparkling wine come from specific wine-growing regions that have been defined and approved by the German wine law.
Ideal drinking temperature 10 °C.