Weingut Schlossmühlenhof Rheinhessen Pinke Pinke Rosé
Winemaker Nicolas Michel is the sixth generation to head his family's estate. Located in a high elevation valley in the southwest of the Rheinhessian highlands known as the “cool ground.” It was founded in 1846 as a mill for rye and wheat. The vineyards became the family’s main focus for income in 1920. When Nicolas’s father took over in 1985 he shifted focus entirely to winegrowing. The wines from Weingut Schlossmuhlenhof are lean and finessed with a focus on moderate alcohol levels. This is both the family’s preference and what the vineyards produce best. Lucky! The Pinke Pinke rosé is one of the happiest wines we have in stock. Both in appearance and in taste, and if you come looking for a rose there is a 99.9% chance we will include this one in our recommendations. Organic, 24 hr whole cluster maceration, native yeast fermentation in stainless steel. Do not let the spring pass without enjoying at least one bottle of this wine!