A Wine That
just like its red counter part punches way above its weight. If Burgundy legends may call their 'petit vin' an introduction to their philosophy this sets the benchmark for one of the greatest 'petit vins' in Europe. If you like Chardonnay with an acidity kick and citrus aromatics this Weissburgunder is the real deal.
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- Winemaker: Wasenhaus
Where and How?
Weissburgunder from a small plot in the village of Staufen, in the heart of Baden. The grapes are grown on fertile 'Loess' soils giving the wine a dense texture. The grapes are whole-bunch pressed and aged in used wooden barrels for 12 months before returning for a further 6 months in tank.
The Winemaker: Wasenhaus
You might think two Germans starting their own wine project would have met on home soil, but in fact they met and conjured up the notion of Wasenhaus while living on the hallowed ground of Burgundy.
Alexander Götze, a landscaper-turned-winemaker, and Christoph Wolber, who’d decided that viticulture was the most exciting form of agriculture, had each found their own way to Meursault. There, they would become united in a new mission: to see if they could create some Burgundian-inspired magic of their own, in Germany.