Grape variety
Sylvaner (written Silvaner in German).

Clay-limestone over shell-limestone dating from the Triassic period (235 to 245 million years). A hot, dry and sunny semi-continental climate.

Harvesting by machine in the mornings. 

Direct pressing (pneumatic pressing). Cold static settling followed by fermentation in temperature-controlled (16-20 °C) stainless steel vats.

In stainless steel vat on fine lees for 3 months. 

Colour: pale yellow colour with green tints.
Nose: floral notes (acacia) on the first nose, then the wine opens up and reveals fruitier notes (quince, peach). 
Palate: broad and supple on entry, with medium acidity. The palate is structured by aromatic freshness. Notes of white flowers on the finish.

Schieferkopf Sylvaner Trocken-SEC