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Wine:  Lemberger Noblesse trocken QbA

Origin:
Löwenstein, Württemberg, Germany
Vintage:
2009
Grape:
Lemberger
Taste:dry
Alcohol:
13,0 % by vol.
Bottle:
750 ml
Best temperature to enjoy:
16 - 18°C

Lemberger - A pure tradition in Württemberg

Background:
Lemberger is also known as Blaufränkisch and Limberger.
This wine has a long history in Württemberg. The German name Lemberger points to its origin on the Danube River as it came from the principality Limberg in the Austro-Hungarian Empire, what is now in Slovakia. 

Red wines are fermented on the skins. Wines of the Noblesse line are made of selected grape material from old vine branches and are matured in wooden casks. The results are top quality wines, full-bodied and rich in extract.

Color and Flavor:
Lemberger Noblesse has a dark red color with plenty of cooked fruit and berry flavor. Light tannin gives an elegant note with a long finish with a hint of spiciness.

Food and Wine Pairings:

  • pasta
  • pizza and sandwiches
  • variety meats
  • pork
  • sausages, ham and pâtés
  • beef
  • lamb and game
  • full flavored cheese