Kruger Rumpf Scheurebe Spatlese 2016

Synopsis, Our Opinion: A very flavorful and refreshing Scheurebe
from Germany.

Producer/Winery: Weingut Kruger-Rumpf; Munster Sarmsheim, Germany.

Grape Variety: Scheurebe.

Geographic Appellation,, Region, Country: Nahe, Germany.

Vintage: 2016

Price: $21.60 (with a 10% mixed case discount)

Purchased From: The Caviste Wine Shop; Winston-Salem, North Carolina.

Paired With: Roast turkey sandwiches on homemade sourdough bread.


    Chilled before drinking. Clear and colorless. Very light perfume, green apple, honeysuckle and a touch of tropical fruit aromas. Smooth, slightly creamy mouthfeel, light to medium body and a 200-grit texture. Strong apple and lemon flavors with an assortment of tropical fruit and ripe peach in the background. Nice crisp acidity and a medium-length creamy finish that was filled with a zesty mouthfeel. Just a tad sweet, but the abundant acidity and strong fruit taste created an excellent balanced and delicious wine. Outstanding with the turkey and equally good sipping without food. We chose this wine instead of a Gewurztraminer and we were delighted with the result. A very flavorful and refreshing Scheurebe from Germany.

Georg Rumpf at the Kruger Rumpf vineyard in Münster-Sarsheim, Germany
Photo from Kruger Rumpf.
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Alcohol Content: 9%

Closure: Screw cap.

UPC Code: 4 024831 733179

Imported by: Skurnik Wines; New York, New York.