2014 Wirsching "Estate" Silvaner Trocken Franken (last of vintage) (Previously $19)

SKU #1223578

The Wirsching family has been producing wine in this region since 1630. Home to Wirsching is the village of Iphofen, one of the most famous in Franconia and producing wines of unsurpassed quality from its steeply sloping vineyards. Today, Dr. Heinrich Wirsching is the owner and in charge of the estate and carries on 380 years of family wine making tradition. While Silvaner is the focus, Wirsching also produces fine examples of Riesling and Scheurebe. The wines have a fine mineral character, along with layers of fruit, spice, and great depth.

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