“- A very good white wine from the Rheingau features high quality and a distinctive identity
- The wine is made from grapes 98% Riesling and 2% Pinot Noir
- It is an elegant, fruity wine with great complexity
- He's a good dinner companion, but also suitable as a soloist
- His self-conscious acid also allows some heavier dishes
- Allergens: contains sulfites”
“The Winery - tradition and modernity »The Rheingau," this unique, self-culture and vineyards along the Rhine, has a long tradition of winemaking, established by monasteries and large aristocratic estates. The Riesling grape, with their high standards of climatic and geological conditions is inseparable from the Rheingau and its viticulture. In the midst of the congregation Weingut Robert Weil Kiedrich, vines have been grown for four generations. lies. The site of this 950 was first mentioned as the place is dominated by the Gothic church St. Valentine with unique works of art in its interior, aristocratic residences of Gothic, Renaissance and Baroque as well as the tower of the former castle kurmainzischen Scharfstein. The estate cultivates 75 hectares of vineyards, in preference with Riesling (99%) and with a small amount of Pinot Noir (1%) are planted. Weingut Robert Weil is still managed by the fourth generation by Wilhelm Weil, the great-grandson of the founder, Dr. Robert Weil. Consistently, as continued since the days of the founding of the winery, the way of absolute quality standards of the vineyard and cellar. With its buildings, the historic manor house, the new winery and wine bar, as well as its surrounding gardens, Weingut Robert Weil is already in the exterior for a symbiosis of tradition preserved and newly added modern elements. The same link is the top scale, the Weingut Robert Weil presents his philosophy of winemaking. Riesling Influenced by the minerality of schist soils is the Riesling type of Weingut Robert Weil an elegant, fruit-driven wine, the complexity and large game shows. In all varieties of Riesling, both as a vibrant dry, but also full-bodied dry restsüß through discreetly to gravely edelsüß expanded, he is a delightful dinner companion, but also a wonderful soloist. A perfect combination of fine, assertive acidity, minerality and extract and natural residual sugar makes the flavor profile, which characterizes the Weil wines. The balance between these components is the strength of the Riesling and makes its unique position among the varieties of. From young Riesling, drunk carefree, to the enjoyment of a great dry Riesling or a mature readout showing the enormous aging potential of the grape variety, the breadth of Riesling ranges. It is a wine with a sharper profile for the wine lover and around the world. This Riesling is considered since 1875 the efforts of Weingut Robert Weil, this is true today, many observers of the international wine world with his Château character as a worldwide symbol of German Riesling culture. The vineyard work quality and distinctive identity of a wine originating in the vineyard. In addition to the reputation of a situation that gave rise to historically and secondly, from micro-climatic and geological conditions on the one hand, this mainly a strict quality-oriented work in the vineyard is crucial. The vineyards of Weingut Robert Weil, with a planting density of 5,000 to 6,000 vines / ha and with age up to more than 50 years, are among the best locations in the Rheingau. They are processed according to the requirements of an environmentally friendly viticulture. These include a purely organic fertilizer as needed by the vineyard soil, planting in every second line with the objective to optimize the humus supply of the soil, the absence of herbicides and only absolutely necessary use of funds for a nützlingsschonenden plant protection. The cellar work the same high standards as for the vineyard are also valid for the vinification and the development of the wines at Weingut Robert Weil modern technical know-how associated with proven traditional methods of winemaking. It is necessary to preserve the quality of the grapes from the vineyard and bring optimally on the bottle. Classic characteristics representative of the fine fruity and savory Weil Riesling, a wonderful, animating Riesling and universal accompaniment to good food. Location Gutsriesling from the adjacent peak positions of Kiedrich Graefenberg, medium to deep soils of stony-grusigen phyllites with Lößlehmbeimengungen, southwest slope to located the winery, with gradients up to 60% Technical Data Alcohol 12% Vol. Acid 7, 3 g / l residual sugar 8, 5 g / l Wine Awards in March 2010 plus. de stands Weingut Robert Weil from the Collection of the Year. Quote Vintage 2008 A world-class collection! Gault Millau Wine Guide Germany 2010 Weingut Robert Weil is replaced with 5 grapes again the highest score for the world's best wine producers. Posted In Germany there is not even a handful of wineries that can proclaim a kind of Château-character for themselves. Most likely this applies to the Kiedricher Weingut Robert Weil. For here a brand thinking is maintained as we know it from the noble estates in the southwest of France. The sympathetic estate director Wilhelm Because it is possible to develop this winery into a shining symbol of German Riesling culture both domestically and in the major export markets. Gerhard acorn acorn man man Deutschlands Weine 2010 Weingut Robert Weil once again receives the highest rating of five stars as one of the top international producers. Quote No one else has done in the last decade as much for the reputation of the Rheingau wines and for the reputation of German wines in general as Wilhelm Weil. THE GOURMET / Wine Gourmet The 800 best wineries in Germany 2010 Weingut Robert Weil once again receives the highest rating of 5 Fs as one of the best wine producers in the world.”
“This 2011 has a very clear golden colour. Noticeable in this Rheingau lemon and grape fruit aromas. An excessive touch of sweetness.
I drank it with marinated sardines.
I can't imagine drinking this Robert Weil Rheingau Riesling Trocken 1L 2011 solo.”
“I drank a few glasses at a meal with work colleagues..
Like many Riesling it had a light golden brown colour. Clearly noticeable aromas of white fruits. It is the lightest Robert Weil I've tasted .
I drank it accompanied with a snack.”