The Weißburgunder vom Kalkstein 2020 from Seckinger smells of apricots and pears and it also has slightly nutty hints. The acidity is present on the palate but is well balanced with the minimal sugar (only 2 g per liter).
The 2020 Seckinger Weißburgunder vom Kalkstein comes from various locations in Maikammer and Altdorf in the Palatinate. The vines thrive here on weathered soils made of limestone rubble and loess. It was read by hand on.
Seckinger: Hardly any other company stands for the Nouvelle Vague des Palatinate wine. The Seckinger - Weißburgunger vom Kalkstein 2020 is a bank and a value-for-money supplier year after year.
The Seckinger's also work consistently with the basic wines: low yield and early harvest so that the Pinot Gris from the red sandstone stays slim and fresh. Spontaneously fermented and a small used barrels expanded on the full yeast, unfiltered and bottled only slightly sulphurized.
Good luck, the new Palatinate!