Pieroth


Burg Layer Schlosskapelle, Kabinett

Area: Nahe

Country: Germany

Quality: Pradikatswein Kabinett

Vintage: 2014

Grape Variety: Bachus

Alcohol Level: 8.0%

Serving Temp: 8 - 10°C

Best With: Light lunches or on its own

Bor Forras

Area: Hajos-Baja

Country: Hungary

Quality: Minosegi Bor

Vintage: 2014

Grape Variety: Blaufrankisch

Alcohol Level: 10%

Best With: Poultry, Fruit desserts

Feher Arany

Area: Duna Borrégió

Country: Hungary

Quality: OEM Oltalom alatt álló eredetmegjelöléssel ellátott bor (Equivalent of Appellation Contrôlée)

Vintage: 2015

Grape Variety: Muskat-Ottonel

Alcohol Level:10.5%

Best With: Poultry with aromatic sauces, Spicy Ragoûts, Strong Cheeses especially blue-veined

Blanc de Blancs

Area: Nahe

Country: Germany

Grade: QbA

Vintage: 2013

Style: Dry

Grape Variety:Pinot Gris, Auxerrois, Pinot Blanc, Chardonnay


Dorsheimer Pittermaen (No.1 Riesling - Dry)

Area: Nahe

Country: Germany

Grade: QbA

Vintage: 2013

Grape Variety: Riesling

Braunberger Kurfurstaly

Area: Mosel

Country: Germany

Quality: Prädikatswein Kabinett

Vintage: 2015

Grape Variety: Riesling

Alcohol Level: 8%

Serving Temp: 8-10°C

Best With: Pork, chicken, salad or on it’s own

Fürst von Metternich Riesling Sparkling

Country: Germany

Area: Rhein area

Style: Off Dry

Grape Variety: Riesling

Alcohol Level: 12.5%

Best With: Meaty and Oily Fish

Fürst von Metternich Rosé Sparkling

Country: Germany

Area:Rhein area

Style:Dry

Grape Variety: Pinot Noir

Alcohol Level: 12.5%

Best With: Meaty and Oily Fish

Grauburgunder Pieroth Estate

Area: Nahe

Country: Germany

Grade: QbA

Vintage: 2014

Grape Variety: Pinot Gris

Serving Temperature: 8 - 10 °C

Best With: Chicken, fish or pasta dishes or taste it with asian food.

Burg Layer Schlosskapelle – Pieroth Estate Chardonnay

Area: Nahe

Country: Germany

Grade: QbA

Vintage: 2014

Grape Variety: Chardonnay

Best With: Fruit desserts and soft cheeses

Romantic Hill

Area: Nahe

Country: Germany

Grade: QbA

Vintage: 2012

Alcohol Level: 14.0%

Grape Variety: Pinot Gris, Chardonnay,

Pinot Blanc



340 YEARS OF FAMILY TRADITION

Official records of the Pieroth family date back to the year 1675. The Pieroths have been known as farmers and vintners in Burg Layen since 1705. The family's seat near Burg Layen was built in 1731. Since the year 1926 wine was filled into bottles, which was an innovation after being sold for decades in barrels only. At the same time, Philipp Ferdinand Pieroth began to send wine to his customers. This marked the birth of direct selling, which was improved in 1953 when Elmar and Kuno Pieroth had the idea of offering customers the opportunity to taste the wines in their own premises. This was the start of the company's growth to its present size and international reputation.

In 1976 an old glass tradition is rediscovered in the House of Pieroth. Many centuries ago, the glass produced in the Nahe region was often blue or blue-green in colour. It was caused by the minerals which were mined or excavated for glass production here. The House of Pieroth retrieved the idea and created a royal blue wine bottle which took the wine world by storm as “Pieroth Blue”. . .

1994: Pieroth eagle – the internationally recognized trade mark of the House of Pieroth – is introduced as a relief on the wine bottles.

2001: 25 years of "Pieroth Blue”. From the introduction of the "Pieroth Blue" in 1976 until now, Pieroth has filled and sold around 25 million blue wine bottles. If the bottles were lined up one after the other, they would cover a distance of 1,875 km or around 1,170 miles - the distance from Lisbon to Moscow.

After many years is the Burg Layer Schlosskapelle in the famous blue bottle still at the top of the league table . The grapes which give this well-rounded, fruity wines their gorgeous aroma flourish in the sunny terraced vineyards in front of our headquarters.

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