Reh Kendermann represents many qualities we associate with German production: high efficiency, tight supply chains, and a laser-sharp focus on quality. In 1920, Carl Reh founded his first trading company for grapes and built his first winery. By 1936, he was the first wine grower to store his wine in neutral tanks, faced with glass tiles, and began to purchase parcels of land in Mosel. Today, Kendermann is Germany's largest wine company and its Black Tower brand its most successful.
The grapes for this wine were picked in Pfalz, which is just across the border from Alsace. Residual sugar hovers between dry and off-dry with balanced acidity. Aromas of peach, citrus, and apricot on the nose. The palate is fresh, with jam, pineapple, and hints of vanilla. Lingering and satisfying soft finish until you take another sip. Serve chilled with your favourite spicy Asian cuisine, fish, or white meat.