The Wehlener Sonnenuhr (Sundial) is a plot that is shared between the villages of Wehlen & Zetlingen. It takes its name from the medieval-esque sundial, built in 1842, which still overlooks the vineyard today. Sonnenuhr’s perfectly south facing slopes give it great exposure to the sun and its Devonian slate based soil help retain the warmth and energy of the sun.
Magnums are generally considered the superior size to age wines, due to the ratio of oxygen to wine in the bottle. They are also more fun! Wines in magnum will age at a slower rate of wines in regular (750ml) bottles, so this wine is drinking almost half its' age!
The 2007 vintage was a great vintage for ripeness late into the season, with beautiful, weighty yellow peach, golden apple, and meyer lemon fruit, developing chamomile and ginger spice.
Pairing: Pairs wonderfully with spicy sushi, scallops, seared foie gras, & a group of friends gathered together for a good time!