‘Im Pfarrgarten’ means ‘The Garden of the Rectory’. It’s part of the famous Hofberg – the Dhron valley’s most important, historic vineyard.
The Riesling grapes are sourced from part of the famous Hofberg vineyard – from 30-50 year old vines planted on the flatter, lower part of the hill around the ancient stone rectory building. Fermentation is in stainless steel.
Complex aromas of lime, grapefruit and white spice.
Abundant citrus characters on the palate combined with crisp, zesty acidity ensures that, despite residual sugar levels of around 18g/l, the wine has a creamy yet refreshing finish.