The Renaissance of German Sparkling Wine:
German sparkling wine struggles with its bad reputation. Next to its siblings from Italy, Spain and France it often takes last place, sometimes rightly so. However, KESSLER sparkling wine impressively proves that genuine quality German sparkling wine is on a par with the very best. The vintage collection in particular is compelling with highest quality at a fair price.
Remains in memory:
This impressive vintage sparkling wine is as multi-faceted as no other. It convinces with fine fruit aromas such as berries, peach and citrus, floral notes of wild roses and roasted aromas reminiscent of caramel. Thanks to this complex but nevertheless summery light aroma spectrum, it is perfectly suited as a versatile food companion, which certainly leaves a lasting impression.
Bound by Tradition:
With a history reaching back more than 190 years, KESSLER is the oldest sparkling wine producer in Germany. It is one of the few with roots in Champagne. Before founding the company in Esslingen am Neckar in 1826, G. C. v. Kessler learned all about champagne production at Veuve Clicquot. Since then, the small company has been producing German sparkling wine of prime quality.
KESSLER Blanc Réserve is produced by hand according to the “méthode traditionnelle.” This gentle bottle fermentation process is so complex that it is only used in the production of about 3% of all German sparkling wines. But it’s worth it: Only the 30-month maturation period enables the gentle development of a fine and intense, full flavor with a fine mousse.