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Riesling Wachenheimer Belz 2014  - Villa Wolf (Ernst Loosen)
Villa Wolf (Ernst Loosen)

RIESLING WACHENHEIMER BELZ 2014 - VILLA WOLF (ERNST LOOSEN)

  Germany / Pfalz
€30.00
€23.20
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Complexity and taste that will blow your mind!

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Why do we love it?

Yes, we know that its name is a total tongue twister but we guarantee you that every sip from Villa Wolf Wachenheimer Belz Riesling 2014 is worth every effort. When we tried it at the winery in Pfalz we were shocked by its complexity and taste and when we heard its price, we got our minds blown for good. We have to get this wine, we thought and so we are happy to present it to you.

Well, let’s see. Originally the Wachenheimer Belz vineyard is Ernie's monopole (whisch extremely rare) and one of the best in Mittelhardt. The sandy soil in combination with the red slate is responsible for the special character of the wine. This Riesling from Belz is ethereal, with an intense fruity character and lots of  minerality. These, in combination with its sharp acidity give it what it needs to age beautifully. And Ernie knows this very well and keeps it in his cellar for several years until it is released. So, Villa Wolf Wachenheimer Belz Riesling 2014 arrives in our glasses exuberant, honeyed, petrol scented and ready to offer great experiences. From the very first sip you will exclaim what we did too when we first tasted it: Ernie you are the man!

The bottles are extremely limited so make some yours now that you still can!

COLOR

WHITE

AROMA

MEDIUM

BODY

MEDIUM

ACIDITY

HIGH

Tastes Like

Villa Wolf Wachenheimer Belz Riesling 2014 has medium lemon color and impressive aromas of apricot, pineapple, peach, candied lemon peel, lime, petrol and honeycomb.

In the mouth it has medium (+) body and high acidity. The dense fruit is mixed with floral and mineral notes on a honeyed background.

Technical stuff
Color White
Type Dry
Year 2014
Alcohol 12.5%
Origin Pfalz, Germany
Variety Riesling
Aromas apricot, pineapple, peach, candied lemon peel, lime, petrol, honeycomb
Bottle Size 750ml
Barrique -
Serving temperature 11°C
Aging 10+ years
Closure Cork
Organic No

RIESLING WACHENHEIMER BELZ 2014 - VILLA WOLF (ERNST LOOSEN)

PAIR IT

Pairs very well with duck with orange sauce, roasted pork with dried apricots and honey, salmon with soya, lime and honey

Spaghetti with shrimps, lemon and fennel

1 pack of spaghetti No6, whole-wheat
800 gr. shrimps
2 lemons
5-6 cloves of garlic
1 little bunch of fennel
ground pepper
sea salt
chili flakes
olive oil

Carefully peel and cut the shrimps’ heads. Place them in a pot with 300ml water and boil them, along with 3 cloves of garlic for 15 minutes. Then, filter the broth with a sieve, by pressing it well and keeping it warm.

At the same time, boil the spaghetti in salted water and cook them “al dente”. Take the lemon zest and chop the fennel.

In a large pan, pour 20 ml olive oil and the rest of the garlic. Once the olive oil is warm enough, remove the garlic and add the chili flakes.

Place the peeled, boiled shrimps in the hot pan and leave them for 1-2 minutes on each side. Season with salt and pepper, add a little fennel, a bit of lemon zest and pour in the lemon juice.

Remove the shrimps and in the same pan, place the spaghetti directly from the pot and increase the temperature. Add the broth you have prepared and mix well.

When the spaghetti have absorbed all the broth, sprinkle with fennel, pepper and the remaining zest. Serve the spaghetti with shrimp immediately.

Eva Monochari

Food Blogger

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