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Gehringer Brothers Ehrenfelser Wine Review

Ehrenfelser from Gehringer Brothers

A bottele of Gehringer Brothers Ehrenfelser
Gehringer Brothers Ehrenfelser
The Gehringer Brothers have consistently over the years produced some incredible wines. The Ehrenfelser wine is no exception.

The Ehrenfelser grape is a white wine grape and was created by crossing a Riesling and Silvaner grape.

The Ehrenfelser grape is mostly grown in Germany.

From what I can understand, the Okanagan Valley here in British Columbia is the second largest growing area.

There are also some vineyards in Washington State that have some planted.

The Ehrenfelser grape gets its name from the "Burg Ehrenfels" located on the Rhine river in Germany.

Ehrenfelser has also been crossed with the Reichensteiner grape to create a grape called Ehrenbreitsteiner.

Ehrenfelser & Rock Cod with  Parmigiano and Shrimp Topping
Ehrenfelser & Rock Cod with
Parmigiano and Shrimp Topping
Our Ehrenfelser is really easy drinking, and is superb as an aperitif just on its own.

We paired it with Rock Cod the other night and it was fantastic.

The other good thing with this wine: it will not brake the bank..... buy it by the case!

Anything less then a case in your cellar would be a pity.

Wine Makers Note:

"This fruit-driven wine has vibrant notes of apricot and honey, hints of almond, and a subtle tangy acidity. A touch of sweetness highlights flavours, however unique tannins lead to a dry impression. Ideal as an aperitif, or paired with lightly-spiced dishes.

This wine matches well with spiced foods, chicken, turkey, pasta and salads. Great as an aperitif as well."



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