The Mönchhof estate is mentioned first as belonging of the Cistercian abbey of Himmerod in the Eifel in 1177.
After the Secularisation under Napoleon the family Eymael bought the estate on an auction in Paris in 1804 from the French state.<br><br>

This wine was grown in the vineyards of Ürzig Würzgarten (spice garden). At steep slopes with up to 80% steepness our team hand-picked the grapes. The soil here contains besides the red devon slate also vulcanic parts. Out of this soil the combination of exotic fruits and spices find its way into the wine. The soil charges the sun heat during the day-time and passes it to the vine during the cooler nighttime. The grapes are directly pressed after arriving at the estate at the bottom of the hill.

Monchhof Ürzig Würzgarten Riesling Kabinett, 750 Millilitre

$24.99$0.03/ml

Description

The Mönchhof estate is mentioned first as belonging of the Cistercian abbey of Himmerod in the Eifel in 1177. After the Secularisation under Napoleon the family Eymael bought the estate on an auction in Paris in 1804 from the French state.

This wine was grown in the vineyards of Ürzig Würzgarten (spice garden). At steep slopes with up to 80% stee...
View Full Desciption
Product Number: 767946101115

Description

The Mönchhof estate is mentioned first as belonging of the Cistercian abbey of Himmerod in the Eifel in 1177. After the Secularisation under Napoleon the family Eymael bought the estate on an auction in Paris in 1804 from the French state.

This wine was grown in the vineyards of Ürzig Würzgarten (spice garden). At steep slopes with up to 80% stee...
View Full Desciption
Product Number: 767946101115