Elaboration of Elena Walch Riesling Castel Ringberg 2014
Elena Walch Riesling Castel Ringberg 2014 (Riesling)
TASTING NOTES OF Elena Walch Riesling Castel Ringberg 2014:
- View: pale yellow and fresh straw.
- Nose: aromas of white peach, a touch of citrus, fresh herbs, aromatic and mineral notes.
- Mouth: sharp freshness and balanced acidity on the palate, harmonious, mineral structure and an inherent elegance to a surprise ending.
APPELLATION: Alto Adige.
VINEYARD: Elena Walch
GRAPES: 100% Riesling.
ALCOHOL CONTENT: 13.5%
Castel Ringberg brings the precious additional mention VIGNA, an element of great importance in Italian wine culture. A vineyard is a further additional geographical mention referring to a designation of origin. Equipped with a historical name or a toponym, each vineyard must be strictly bounded, authorized and registered in a special register with the provincial administration - ensuring that for years the grapes of this vineyard are rigorously vinified separately. It is therefore a strong guarantee of provenance. The two vineyards of Elena Walch are the historical vineyards of Kastelaz and Castel Ringberg: Both known for their position and terrain, and for years vinified and marketed under the specific name.More about the Winery
Reviews of Elena Walch Riesling Castel Ringberg 2014
For the color that a Trentino-Alto-Adige usually has, I thought it had an intense yellow tone. It smells a little like white flowers and lemon. I liked its acidity.
That white is almost golden yellow. Flavours of citrus, lemon and grapefruit. It has a slight smoky flavour and it is very light, as well.
We didn't pair it well, but the wine was good.
Its intense colour attracted me. In the nose, white flowers and lemon notes. A very light taste.