Wednesday, July 15, 2009

Kendermann Rheinhessen Beerenauslese 2006

This was on offer at my local Tesco for £4.49 (half price), which is a silly bargain for a German dessert wine of Prädikatswein quality.

This is from the Rheinhessen region of Germany, which is more famous for Liebfraumilch than for quality late-harvest wines, however that doesn't mean they don't exist.

I'm assuming this particular wine is made from a blend of grapes, because there is no indication of the varieties used on the label or on the producer's website. It doesn't really matter though. The wine is pretty decent, not the richest, most concentrated sweet wine I've ever tried from Germany, but it went well with the cheese platter and I'd certainly recommend it at this price.

Rheinhessen Beerenauslese 2006
Rheinhessen, Germany
£4.49 (£8.99)

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