Kloster Eberbach is an illustrious German wine institution. A former Cistercian monastery located in the heart of the Rheingau wine region, Kloster Eberbach has been producing wine for almost nine centuries. As a member of the prestigious Verband Deustcher Prädikats (VDP), this estate is one of the largest and most prestigious wine producers in Germany.
Kloster Eberbach's Assmannshäuser Höllenberg Spätburgunder Grosses Gewächs is a Rheingau wine that stems from the Assmannshausen terroir, a place where the Pinot Noir variety has been thriving for many centuries. The name "Höllenberg" historically refers to a steeply sloping terroir. This wine is made from very high quality plots of land, which benefit from a southern exposure.
Pinot Noir (100%).
Fruity (black fruits) and spicy fragrances.
Ample and persistent, the palate is seduced by the structured tannins and aromatic intensity of this wine.
For an optimal tasting, it is recommended to decant this wine before serving it between 16 and 18°C.