Viticulture: natural! Made as it once was!
Region: Germany - Northern Bavaria
Grape variety: 85% Domina, 13% Pinot Meunier, 2% Pinot Noir
Alcohol: 11,5% vol
Wine making: spontaneous fermentation; Domina is a variety with a very intense color so the grapes were simply crushed with the feet and pressed an hour later.
Aging: in old oak barrels; no addition of sulphites, no filtered or clarified
Serve at: 14° C
Food matches: teutonically fresh aperitif!
About him: Black Betty is back! After having explanted the Domina vineyard originally used for this cuvée, a worthy substitute in Eherieder Berg was found, linked to other vineyards already cultivated by 2Naturkinder friends.
The wine is named as the first lamb born in the Domina vineyard, Betty, who was black like most of the Ouessant sheep. It's therefore logical to dedicate the label to it, a wine son of a vine created by crossing the Blauer Portugieser and Pinot Noir varieties at the end of the 1920s. Freshness and minerality seasoned with small red fruits. Super glou glou.
Tax 22% including