Wines from the southern part of Germany, from Württemberg and Baden, are often of the so-called Burgunder varieties, the pinots. Here too, however, riesling has been planted and that does not just yield a wine in this case! A Grosses Gewächs, originating from the Heilbronner Stiftsberg, vineyards at about 250 meters altitude just north of the city of Heilbronn, where Weingut Drautz-Able is located. A yield of 30 hectolitres per hectare and an upbringing sur lie of less than a year yields a riesling with a fairly rich style; tones of quince, peach and apricot jam in a rather firm structure. With, of course, the riesling acids.
What a wine! Serve it without hesitation with the more pronounced dishes (spicy, Asian) or with poultry or fatty fish.