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Bernhardt Here Comes The Sun 2017

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Light, carefree guitar, with a sunny mind and springy aromas.

"With us, the wine makes the music and vice versa, because from reading to bottling, music is my constant companion and you can taste it too - sometimes rocking and headstrong, sometimes gentle and melodic - parallels that you can hear and taste. This is how our wines get their names - songs that are close to my heart and reflect the character of the wines, and because music is known to affect the taste, I go one step further and choose the songs that appeals to the tastes of the wines optimally experience. "

Christian Bernhardt

A wine that, despite its playful ease, does not have to lose its structure - almost like a carefree guitar playing. Spring-like strawberry and delicate currant aromas produce a light sweetness, fresh and lively, but without a spicy acidity. Well cooled is this Rosé or Blanc de Noir, the perfect companion of the first rays of sunshine in spring, balmy summer evenings and any moments of happiness to celebrate.

Why is not it clearly a rosé wine or Blanc de Noir? Well, the only wine in our program that you can not really and clearly assign. The difference is between the two only in the style. And there we are already at the reason. A Blanc de Noir is made from red grapes, as well as a rosé. The Blanc de Noir is pressed and immediately the color-giving bowls are removed again. In the rose, the peels are longer, give off more color and also tannins. This wine is something of both. And that's why it's very special.

Information about the winery:
Here, viticulture is operated in the third generation - originally a mixed farm, today pure winery. The wines live from the experiences of the past coupled with the creativity and modernity of the young, new generation. Christian's philosophy is entirely based on careful viticulture, and on family spirit.

The new generation, that is: Christian Bernhardt with his girlfriend Julia, supported and accompanied by his dear mother Ilse Bernhardt. They are a strong team and share the ambitious goal of producing high quality wines that taste and surprise.

The Palatinate is a top wine region. There are already many a star who rocks the winemaker scene. The Bernhardts are just warming up with a new collection, with which they want to lead the family winery to new heights and shores. The dry gravel and sandy soils, the wonderful locations and the mild climate of the region are their stable basis - especially for the red wine production.

And they rely on manual labor - from grape production and wine aging to bottling. Hand picking is their program, sometimes in several passes. Drive gives you the pure lust for wine and your claim to make each vintage mature to something special.

winery Bernhardt
Surname Here Comes The Sun.
vintage 2017
type of wine Rosé, Blanc de Noir, red wine
varieties Cabernet Sauvignon, Merlot
sweetness dry
wine style juicy, fine spicy, lively
country Germany
region palatinate
aging potential 3 - 5 years
alcohol content 12.5% ​​vol.
Net filling quantity 750 ml
allergens contains sulphites
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Note : Vintage in the photo may differ from the actual vintage.

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