Chardonnay Sauvignon Blanc Pinot Noir Chenin Blanc Rhine Germany
Adam Henkell established himself as a wine merchant in Mainz circa 1832, laying the foundation of today's Henkell & Soehnlein. As early as 1856, Henkell devoted himself to the production of popular sparkling wines. Following the creation of the Henkell Trocken label in the late 19th century, his grandson Otto transformed this delightful, sparkling cuvee into a highly esteemed marque that was enjoyed worldwide. Henkell Trocken has since became one of the great prestige brands, approachable to all, a must at every celebration and social occasion.
A complex cepage of Chardonnay and Sauvignon Blanc, Pinot Noir and Chenin Blanc, assembled from parcels of choice fruit grown to the finest vineyards. The people behind Henkell Trocken take pride in crafting a very distinctive sparkling wine. With annual sales in excess of sixteen million bottles, Henkell Trocken is Europe's favourite sparkling wine and is exported to every corner of the globe. The illustrious Henkell Trocken has long been at the apex of brand recognition and innovation. The term piccolo became a registered trademark in the early 1930s, and even today can only legally be used for the 0%2 litre bottling of Henkell Trocken. Nevertheless, it has become part of the lingua franca. Alcohol 11.5%
Pale straw. Fresh and attractive fruity nose with citrus characters. Smooth and creamy taste with tingling fruit flavours and delicious lingering finish. Excellent with food, a beautiful drink just on its own.