A unique Franconian grape, made into a semi-sweet fresh and fruity white wine - quality-driven, great value everyday white. Especially ladies love this particular grape!
The Bacchus Grape
Bacchus is named after the Roman god of wine, and was grape planted for the first time in 1959 in Franconia, but beyond Franconia never acquired much importance. The wines made from Bacchus grape are fresh and fruity.
Wine Making Notes
Harvest by hand and machine, fermented in steel tanks under controlled temperature
Bouquet: Exotic nose of fruits and lemon, fresh and fruity
Palate: Juicy, spritzy, fresh fruits, slight sweetness
Food pairing: For light Asian dishes, seafood, and great on its own
Residual sugar: 11.6 g/L
Acidity: 6.3 g/L (sugar/acidity Ratio: 1.8 = semi-dry)