Blaufrankisch Eisenberg 'Deutsch Schutzen'
Starting with the 2017 vintage, Wachter-Wiesler began bottling two village-level wines, offering a middle ground between the Bela-Joska which gives a good idea of Eisenberg generally and the show-stopping single-vineyard wines. The Deutsch Schutzen comes from two vineyards, the Ratschen and the Weinberg. Deutsch Schutzen's soils have green schist in the subsoil, but there is more top soil with clay and loam, giving an openness to the delicate and pretty cherry fruit. 12.5% alcohol. Total sulfur is below 50ppm.