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Knewitz, Reserve Chardonnay 2018

£47.50

  • Type:

    White

  • Grape:

    Chardonnay

  • Country:

    Germany

  • Region:

    Rheinhessen

  • Vegan:

    No

  • Organic:

    Yes

  • ABV:

    13%

  • Winemaker:

    Tobias Knewitz

  • Bottle Size:

    75cl

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Description

The wine shows slightly reductive in its youth with a subtle barrel influence laced with gentle roasted notes. These aromatics provide the framework for an intense, salty minerality and clear yet serious fruit. On the palate, the Chardonnay joins power and body with a pure, minimal elegance. This is a wine of exceptional depth and length, full-bodied with clear contours.
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Made from Middle-aged vines grown in iron ore and limestone — from the coolest vineyards. Rheinhessen's "Little Burgundy" is located on the cool edges of the Steinacker forest and produces smoky, powerful and pure Chardonnays.

Tobias Knewitz took over from his parents recently and together with his younger brother, Bjorn and his wife Corina, they have transformed this Rheinhessen estate. Discovering an emerging talent, such as Knewitz, is always thrilling, not least because the wines are still so modestly priced. The limestone-rich vineyards lend a mineral brilliance and precision to their wines and they are especially suited to the production of, not just high-class dry Riesling, but, Chardonnay as well.

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Philip Gearing
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I found the acidity levels far too high for my taste, good depth of fruit but I felt it was struggling against the level of acidity?