Christian Tschida

Maischevergoren Himmel Auf Erden II Scheurebe Weissburgunder

9.22 ratings
9.21 pro ratings
Hungary
Scheurebe, Weissburgunder
Chili & Hot Spicy
Top Notes For
Matt Perlman

This is how you do orange wine. Not oxidative or bitter, it’s vibrant and refreshing, with the maceration contributing structure and dimension instead of weighing it down and obscuring the terroir/varietal characteristics. Lots of dried citrus peel, nectarine, herbs and spice with a touch of yeast. One of the only examples of the genre that kept me reaching for another glass.

This is how you do orange wine. Not oxidative or bitter, it’s vibrant and refreshing, with the maceration contributing structure and dimension instead of weighing it down and obscuring the terroir/varietal characteristics. Lots of dried citrus peel, nectarine, herbs and spice with a touch of yeast. One of the only examples of the genre that kept me reaching for another glass.

May 13th, 2020
David Lee

In the glass it looks like a flat wheat beer—light orange and cloudy. Citrus boozy nose. The first sip and you know it’s special. Unique experience, but quite different from orange Radikon. This is more wine, less cocktail. Lots of tension, medium body and tons of acidity. Easy to pair but interesting enough to be had on its own.

In the glass it looks like a flat wheat beer—light orange and cloudy. Citrus boozy nose. The first sip and you know it’s special. Unique experience, but quite different from orange Radikon. This is more wine, less cocktail. Lots of tension, medium body and tons of acidity. Easy to pair but interesting enough to be had on its own.

Feb 12th, 2020