The Pfalz region of Germany is prized for its climate: close to the Rhine, yet more southerly and slightly warmer, allowing ideal conditions for the noble Riesling grape. The largest and most respected winery of the region, Niederkirchener Winemakers, is also among the oldest, having celebrated its 100th anniversary in 2001. The winery is gifted, not only with a wealth of traditional expertise, but also with the extensive resources available to such a large and successful enterprise. Niederkirchener has launched Blue Fish, an exciting new brand that showcases its expertise in producing extraordinary Riesling.
Blue Fish is estate bottled at a state-of-the-art winery with the most modern vinification equipment, temperature controls and winemaking techniques, yielding a premium quality wine at an exceptional value.
Some of Germany’s most attractive red wines are mode wholly or in part from Dornfelder. It is a well-colored, juicy grape for short to medium term drinking.
95% Dornfelder 5% Cabernet Sauvignon Some of Germany’s most attractive red wines are mode wholly or in part from Dornfelder. It is a well-colored, juicy grape for short to medium term drinking.
After late harvest, the grapes undergoes a temperature-controlled fermentation, which creates and conserves the typical outstanding aromatics of this sweet red.
A deep dark red with a bright ruby rim.
Seductive aroma of red fruits and vanilla
A richly textured wine with layers of dark black fruit, intense cherry and chocolate overtone accompanied by a delightful sweetness. Velvety and round with a touch of spice.
Serve lightly chilled. Blue Fish Red complements the flavor all kinds of red meats: steaks and burgers.