Several thousand bottles of wine from the previous century are in the cellar of Breuer's Rüdesheimer Schloss and many of them are available for guests of the restaurant at fair prices. Once a year, however, Bernhard Breuer allows a more detailed insight into the qualities from earlier decades with his rarity tasting. This was also the case on 14 February of this year, when a small circle of passionate wine lovers met at the castle to spend an evening with the excellent castle cuisine and, among other things, with the testimonies of a golden age of Rheingau viticulture.
It started with moderately old, a 94 Rauenthaler Baiken Beerenauslese from the cellars of the StaatsweingutsThis wine impressed less with its concentration than with its elegance, purity, fine play and great length. A wonderful wine from a rather difficult vintage, which only really matured in top vineyards (93).