Heinz Eifel Kabinett
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This wine is a good reminder of how
wonderfully simple life can be. Eifels
easy-to-read label tells you everything
you need to know in four easy steps. 1.
The producers name. 2. The name of
the grape (Riesling). 3. The word Kabinett,
the German term indicating that
the wine will be somewhat light in style,
and will be on the sweet side rather than
ultra crisp. 4. The region (Mosel). Like
most Kabinett Rieslings from the Mosel,
this one is low in alcohol (8.5%), and like
all good Kabinetts it has a lovely, pervasive
perfume. The wines pure, simple
fl avors are soothing and undemanding.
Pfalz is the second largest wine region in Germany after Rheinhassen. Pfalz vineyards are grown on mixture of sandstone. Production of wine is split 60 percent white versus 40 percent red wine. The climate in Pfalz is much like that in Alsace and is by far the sunniest, driest German wine region.