Tasting Note: Dornfelder has a complicated lineage. It was created in 1956 when the German grapes Helfensteiner and Heroldrebe (each also crosses of other German red grapes) were crossed with one other. This means that Dornfelder not only is Germany's most successful native grape, but also contains the DNA of nearly every red grape grown in Germany. This 2015 example is floral with ripe dark fruit, cherry and plum, and a light smoky undertone. It's an easy-drinking, value-priced wine that will be ideal with roast beef or pork. (Vintages panel, Aug. 2016)
|Brewer||Weingut Werner Anselmann|
|Sugar Content||D - Dry g/L|
|Sub Category||Red - Medium Bodied|
|Tags||Medium-bodied & Fruity, Red - Medium Bodied|
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