Category: German Wine
“Important components of vegetation in Reiler Mullay-Hofberg. From cultural land, fallow land, forest and water to humans and animals. Vegetation is the sum of plant formation and plant societies that frow in one area. It is characterized by climate, soil, relief, rock, aquatic content and by the influences of fire, animals and humans,” writes Thorsten Melsheimer, fifth-generation winemaker of Weingut Melsheimer.
Riesling is one of the world’s greatest wine grapes. It is a versatile grape, capable of producing a variety of wine styles from different regions throughout the world. It is tolerant of a range of temperatures, though it performs best in cooler locations. Furthermore, Riesling is arguable more expressive of terroir than any other vitis […]