Vineyard: Situated on the western brim of Deidesheim, the Hohenmorgen is one of the oldest examples for palatinate quality wine making. Hohenmorgen is a sough facing slope with a total surface of 2,76 ha. 2,09 ha are owned bt the Bassermann-Jordan Estate. It is the smallest and the most exclusive vineyard of Deidesheim with a highest rated quality of soil.
Winemaking: About 40 years old vines were harvested in several stages and pressed and fermented separately in traditional oak barrels.
Tasting notes: This dry white wine has flavours of fruit and a lively acidity. It is yeasty, complex and mineralic. On the nose it is nutty, with aromas of mixed fruit, as well as slightly citric and herbaceous notes.
Food recommendation: White meat (veal), shellfish, regional kitchen.
Soil: Loam and sandy-loam with lots of eroded sandstone.
Alcohol: 13,0% vol.
Res. sugar: 3,9 g/l
Acidity: 7,6 g/l