The highest part of Ried Sulz was used for Morillon (chardonnay) plantation due to having the same terroir as our grand cru location Zieregg in 1997. The chalky marl soil offers quick accessibility after prolonged ageing in neutral oak barrels. Fruity aromas of apricot and quince create an aromatic bouquet with wild herbs and fresh coarsely ground wheat.
Compact acidity is combined with mineral profundity creating a great food companion. Drinkable after 3 to 5 years bottle ageing with potential for further 8 to 10 years of ageing.