Schlossmuhlenhof Das ist Schoen 2020
Name: Das ist Schoen
Grape(s): Scheurebe, Müller-Thurgau, gelber muskateller
This wine was part of Eater Wine Club’s March 2022 box, curated by sommelier Sarah Horvitz. Learn more about our March wines and join Eater Wine Club today!
Tasting notes on the wine:
"This is a great wine for dipping your toe into the skin-contact wine pond — though if you’ve been in this Club for a bit, you’re probably already a pro. Or, if your previous experience with orange wine left you thinking it all tastes like feet, this bottle will change your mind. This prickly, bright skin-contact wine tastes like wildflowers and peach fruit cups, and is begging to be consumed outdoors in the sunshine. I’d love this with something herbaceous and spicy, like a crispy rice salad." — Sarah Horvitz
About the winemaker:
"The Schlossmuhlenhof estate was started in 1846 and is now in its sixth generation. They pick early to preserve mouth-watering acidity, farm organically, and keep things clean and terroir-driven while intervening as little as possible in the cellar." — Sarah Horvitz