Site: Arzheimer am Furstegweg is the Eastern slope of the "kleine Kalmit". The "small Kalmit" is a little hill (272m) that was formed during the Tertiary and the sinking of the Upper Rhine Rift. The area around the Kleine Kalmit Hill is the Palatinate is called the classical square mile of geology because it calcareous. Alzheimer am Fürstenweg is a small valley on the Southern slope of the Fürstenweg. The Fürstenweg is our earliest and warmest site. The soil is calcareous with a deep layer of loess.
Wine: Juicy elegance, well integrated fine tannins and barrique aromas, cool cherry-fruity nose/precise, calcareous grip, herbal spicy, tension on the palate, fine bite.
Vinification: Gentle processing of the grapes, classic mash fermentation, 12 months barrique storage.
Food pairing recommendations: Roast beef with cassis jus, lamb with rosemary potatoes.
Alcohol: 13,5% vol.
Res. sugar: 0,2 g/l
Acidity: 6,4 g/l