Weingut Marco Becker elaborates this Marco W. Becker Rheinhessen Frühburgunder Weißherbst Rosé , a rosé wine from the region of Rheinhessen of the best of blauer frühburgunder grapes. Uvinum users reviewed this rosé wine with 4 of 5 points.
Technical sheet · Marco W. Becker Rheinhessen Frühburgunder Weißherbst Rosé
“Taste / sensory Pinot Noir Rosé
Rheinhessen is Germany's largest wine-growing region. In Mainz, Rhineland-Palatinate state capital of the wine has a thousand year old tradition. Ebersheim belongs to Mainz since 1969 and is the largest wine-growing driving community of the city.
"Blanc de Noir" stands for white wines that are produced from red grapes. Here is the leaking from the pulp of freshly harvested the grapes juice (also called "precum" genannnt) skimmed off and extra processed. Charakteritisch for this Blanc Noir is the its distinct fruity freshness. Sustainable pleasant this pleasure remains long on the palate. He is simply THE "good mood summer wine"!
Winery Marco Becker
"From the typical Rheinhessen Mixed operation, the combined viticulture with agriculture thirty years ago, a winery was built with a cultivated area of about 17 hectares. Diploma engineer for Viticulture and Enology, Marco Becker, the winery has taken over in 2002 and it a premium operation with excellent white wines and red wines developed. "
The targeted cultivation of vines in the Rheinhessen for small climatically favorable positions and also the use of the different soil types arise from the terroir embossed typical wines. The beherrschede soil structure consists of loess-loam and clay-marl.
Vineyard / terroir
Rheinhessen is also one of the most traditional areas of cultivation, in the AD. Since 20 v. Wine is grown. Unusually large height differences, different microclimatic conditions and highly differentiated soil textures ranging from heavy clay soils to light sandy soils, provide in the district Ebersheim for ideal conditions for viticulture.”