Your eyes aren’t playing tricks you. Our 2016 Dornfelder appears twice in our latest price list. So what’s the difference? Wine number 5 was produced exclusively in stainless steel. Wine number 6, the Dornfelder trocken Barrique, was aged 6 months in a combination of new and neutral oak barrels. As it turns out, oak from the forests of the Pfalz is the perfect partner for this German varietal.
Our Dornfelder Barrique was even praised in GENUSS Magazine! Along with notes of cherries, plums and violets, this wine exhibits notes of toast and aromas of caramel, all rounded out with powerful, well-integrated tannins.
Whether its the stainless steel version or the version aged in oak, our Dornfelder will play an important role in those long winter nights.