What the Critics say
"Complex nose of orange and lemon peel, plus fresh wild herbs and a touch of flint. Quite some weight for 12.5% alcohol with compact fine tannins and stacks of chalky minerality that accentuates the freshness at the long, very clean finish. Wild fermentation, then maturation in large oak casks and stainless steel. From biodynamically grown grapes. Unfiltered. Drinkable now, but best from 2024."
A refreshing, fruity and crispy white. The Ingelheim terroir is something very special. I would even say something unique, because the soils are massively characterised by limestone weathering rock that was formed around 50 million years ago. There is nothing else like it in Germany. In this respect, too, Adams Wines are in an incomparable position, which is the reason why their passion is almost exclusively for Pinot varieties. The potential of the Ingelheim terroir has been considered outstanding for centuries. Wine of this origin is as recognised in Germany as it is sought after in the international wine scene.
The Winemaker - Dr. Simone Adams
Dr. Simone Adams and the team at AdamsWein have been combining the advantages of biodynamics and regenerative viticulture in their wine philosophy for years. This takes time and a lot of patience. In this way, they are getting closer step by step to their goal of giving nature even more space in their wines. And they do this based on facts and evidence, in order to gain aromatically and tastefully deeper impressions from their vineyards, so that you can enjoy the outstanding individuality of their red and white wines and enjoy them to the full. This is what they work for.
As a doctor of oenology, Simone is not afraid of experimentation. On the contrary – questioning facts and looking for better solutions are the best engine of progress. Also when it comes to wine.
|Grape Variety||100% Pinot Blanc/Weissburgunder|