2019 - RÖS Reserve Solaris
Solaris - PGI - Protected Georgraphical Indications - trocken - 0.75 l
Dyrehøj Vingård - Dänemark Seeland
The handpicked grapes were maced for 4 hours and then pressed. The must came on French oak barrels where fermentation took place. The wine has undergone malolactic fermentation and received battonage. After 6 months, the wine was stuck together by 40% new oak barrels and 60% used oak barrels.
The smell of oak platter and yellow ripe fruits comes out of the glass. The taste is rounded with a little toast, a little coconut baked apple. The acid is intact and keeps the wine crisp and clean.
Gold (93 PAR Punkte)
Internationaler PIWI Weinpreis 2020
|Qualität:||Protected Geographical Indication (PGI)|
|Alkohol in vol.%:||12,50|
|Restzucker in g/l:||2,00|
|Säure in g/l:||6,20|
|Ertrag in hl/ha:||1,00|
|Extrakt (zuckerfrei) in g/l:||17,70|
|Glas (ideales Verkostungsglas):||n/A|
|Lage:||south facing slope|
|rel. Dichte / Öchsle:||no sugar added|
|Schwefel freie/ges. in mg/l:||30/83|
|Prüf- / Losnummer:||reserve solaris 2019|
Recommended for mushroom dishes, chicken and soft cheeses.
Weingut:Dyrehojgaard, where the brand RÖS is created, has a hundred year old history as a traditional farm on Roesnaes, but today it is mainly a vineyard. Tom Christensen bought the farm in 2007 and planted the first wine plants in 2008. The first two species were mainly Solaris and Cabernet Cortis and selected in corporation with the Staatliches Wineinstitute in Freiburg, Germany. Today the wine area covers around 7 hectars with approx 23.000 plants being the largest wine producer in Denmark. The main varieties are now Solaris, Muscaris, Johanniter and Souvignier Gris as the white selection and the red varieties are mainly Cabernet Cantor and Monarch.