The flagship of Göttelmann's Rieslings, the grapes were grown in one of the best sites, southbound, steep, sheltered from the cold winds of Hunsrück mountains ad surrounded by a wall, so the youngest daughter of the next Göttelmann generation suggested to call this vineyard "Le Mur", which sounds much nicer then "Die Mauer" or "The Wall".
This vineyard was planted 15 years ago, the average yield is about 50hl/ha, picking starts in the last week of October or even in the first week of November. The wine was fermented and matured with indigenous yeast in huge oak casks. It was filled after long contact with the yeast in May. The total bottle number was 1700.
The wine has an intense aroma of peaches, little residual sugar, that keeps. it away from being one dimensional. It has a long aftertaste and the best prediction to last for the next fine years.
It fits to all kind of fish, crustacean or pasta with a sumo of basil.
Alcohol: 13,0% vol.
Res. sugar: 6,3 g/l
Acidity: 7,0 g/l