Weingut Haart Haart to Heart Riesling 2021

White Wine | 2021 | Germany | Mosel

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Why Barbora Loves It

With a winemaking legacy dating back to 1337, it’s fair to say Weingut Reinhold Haart has certainly honed its expertise in producing exceptional Riesling. The vineyards are located in the renowned Piesporter area of the Mosel region, characterised by steep slopes and slate soils (and visually stunning vistas). That soil imparts unique mineral qualities to the grapes, contributing to the distinctiveness of the winery's Rieslings. 

After nearly seven hundred years of familial history in wine, the vineyard is to this day still owned by the Haart family. Following a philosophy of a traditional, quality-conscious and sustainable viticulture, the Haarts are committed exclusively to Riesling. 

With just eight hectares of vineyards, they have the advantage of focusing their attention on just one grape in one small area, allowing them to cultivate their vines to achieve the highest quality grapes. This is, unquestionably, Riesling at its finest and most dedicated.

Fermentation with wild yeast adds a touch of natural spontaneity to the winemaking process. Wild yeast, naturally present in the vineyard environment, imparts its own unique characteristics to the fermentation, resulting in a wine that truly showcases the individuality of the grapes and terroir. Johannes, the winemaker, follows a traditional vinification approach, utilising foudres (large wooden vats) for ageing and fermenting the wine. 

As one added fun fact, the first and oldest Roman grape pressing house unearthed along the Mosel is just a stone’s throw away from the estate!

Weingut Haart Haart To Heart Riesling 2021
Barbora Peterikova
Haart Vineyard
  • Weingut Haart Haart To Heart Riesling 2021
  • Barbora Peterikova
  • Haart Vineyard
Weingut Haart Haart To Heart Riesling 2021
Barbora Peterikova
Haart Vineyard

Tasting & Pairing

Tasting notes:

On the nose expect aromas of ripe peaches and apricots. On the palate, the acidity plays elegantly with the natural residual sugar, slightly honeyed ripe fruit, and delicate grapefruit in the finish. Herbal flavours and spices, particularly those found in East Asian and South Asian cuisine, pair well with this gem. But old stand-bys like seafood, including both sushi and cooked fish, are equally going to be fantastic companions.

Asian cuisine
Raw Fish

Pairing Recipe:

Sweet and Sour Chicken

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