Fritz Haag Riesling Feinherb is a semi-dry Riesling wine produced by the Fritz Haag winery in the Moselle region of Germany. "Feinherb" is a German term used to describe wines that are not dry, meaning they have a hint of residual sugar that balances the acidity.
Fritz Haag Riesling Feinherb wines offer a harmonious balance of sweetness and acidity, making them versatile and approachable. They typically exhibit aromatic notes of stone fruit, citrus and floral hints. On the palate, expect a pleasant combination of flavors of ripe fruit, refreshing acidity and a hint of sweetness.
Fritz Haag Riesling Feinherb, with its balanced sweetness and acidity, goes well with spicy dishes, poultry and pork dishes, seafood, creamy sauces and spicy salads. It is a versatile wine that complements a range of flavours, making it suitable for pairing with dishes such as Thai curries, grilled chicken, roasted fish, creamy pastas or spicy salads.
Fritz Haag Riesling Trocken is a delicious white German Moselle wine from the Fritz Haag winery. This wine is made from Riesling grapes.
Recommended serving temperature between 10°C and 12°C.
Fritz Haag is a highly regarded winery in the Moselle region of Germany. The winery is known for producing exceptional Riesling wines that showcase the region's unique characteristics.
Fritz Haag has a long history, with roots dating back to the 1600s. The winery is now run by Oliver Haag, the latest in a line of generations dedicated to producing high quality wines.
The winery focuses primarily on Riesling, using grapes from their own vineyards, including renowned locations such as Brauneberger Juffer and Brauneberger Juffer-Sonnenuhr. These vineyards are known for their steep slopes, slate soils and ideal exposure to sunlight, which contribute to the wines' distinct flavor profiles.
|Product||Fritz Haag Riesling Feinherb|
|Producer||Weingut Fritz Haag|
|Type of wine||White|
|Number of bottles||6|
|Price per bottle||€16.65|