Immich Batterieberg

Trabener Zollturm Riesling dry 2022

The ZOLLTURM Große Lage Riesling 2022 from Immich-Batterieberg shows a rich golden yellow color in the glass with an exotic and yellow fruity nose. In addition to the fruit aromas, a fine spiciness can also be detected. On the palate, it is very rich and shines with opulence. The finish is long and fruity. With a little air, Gernot Kollmann's Zollturm is a perfect companion to Korean BBQ with its blend of chili heat, garlic spice and umami.


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CLOTHES
MEASUREXS/34S/36M/38-40L/40-42
UK681012
USA46810
FRA36384042
Waist (cm)64687276
Chest (cm)81858993
Seat (cm)899397101
Inseam (cm)81828384



SHOES
FOOT IN INCHESFOOT IN CMUSAEuroUK
23.56395
24.16.539.55.5
24.87.5406
1025.48417
10¼25.78.541.57.5
10½269428
10¾27.39.542.59.5
CLOTHES
MEASUREXS/34S/36M/38-40L/40-42
UK681012
USA46810
FRA36384042
Waist (cm)64687276
Chest (cm)81858993
Seat (cm)899397101
Inseam (cm)81828384



SHOES
FOOT IN INCHESFOOT IN CMUSAEuroUK
23.56395
24.16.539.55.5
24.87.5406
1025.48417
10¼25.78.541.57.5
10½269428
10¾27.39.542.59.5

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The vines of the Immich-Batterieberg TRABENER ZOLLTURM Große Lage Riesling trocken 2022 date back to the 1930s. The southernmost site of the winery has a steep western exposure and gray slate and quartzite in the soil. The old vines are cultivated in classic Moselle stake training and produce low yields with the best qualities. The name comes from a customs tower whose ruins can still be seen. From here the Moselle barges were stopped with a taut chain and the road toll was collected. The site is harvested exclusively selectively by hand. Fermentation is spontaneous with the winery's own yeasts and aging in small used wooden barrels.
The name comes from a customs tower whose ruins still stand in the site. From here a chain was stretched across the Moselle and customs were collected from ships. It is the southernmost site of the winery, and here the Rieslings turn out a bit more opulent - but still have that elegance inherent in the entire collection. Yellow-fruited nose with subtle spice. On the palate crystal clear and very dense with moderate alcohol. One of the most beautiful Mosel Rieslings of the 2016 vintage with a small touch of residual sweetness. Great storage potential!

  • Year: 2022
  • Grape: Riesling
  • Taste: Off-dry
  • Alcohol: 12%
  • Ideal drinking temperature: 9°- 10° C
  • Content: 750 ml
  • Quality: Grand Cru
  • Fermentation: Spontaneous fermentation
  • Vinification: Stainless steel tanks

Product Details

IMB Zollt 2022

Data sheet

Year
2022
Grape
Riesling
Taste
Off-dry
Alcohol
12%
Ideal drinking temperature
9°- 10° C
Content
750 ml
Quality
Grand Cru
Fermentation
Spontaneous fermentation
Vinification
Stainless steel tanks

Immich Batterieberg

The Immich-Batterieberg wine estate in Enkirch is one of the oldest wine estates in the Moselle. The first mention of the central part of the estate, which is still preserved today, dates back to 908 AD in a document of the last Carolingian king of East Francia, Ludwig IV, who confirmed a handover of the estate to the church.

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