The wonderful balance between sugar and acidity found in this wine, makes it a good example of the wines from the Nahe region. A young, dry, streamlined and fruity wine with just a hint of refreshing spritz on the palate. Clear, very pale yellow with faint green highlights. Very expressive with notes of white flowers, pineapple, tropical fruit and mineral tones. Round and pleasing, fine balance, with notes of lemon and grapefruit. A wine which goes perfectly well with seafood, white meat and some cheeses.
The alcohol removal occurs in a very careful way in a vacuum which is gentler than any other extraction method. The method allows gentle extraction at temperatures considerably below 30° Celsius so that thermal damage cannot occur. The wine is warmed up to 29° Celsius, when the alcohol reaches its boiling point and starts to evaporate. This procedure happens in a few minutes and is therefore very effective. The system used is computer-controlled and ensures an optimal and correct extract of alcohol.
A fine wine which goes well with seafood, white meat and some cheeses.
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The Bon Voyage Sauvignon Blanc has a pleasant acidity that sets it apart from other low alcohol offerings. I enjoyed drinking it on its own.