Carl Jung Selection Red (Rot)
One of my favorite summer pastimes in Germany was attending wine festivals in the Rheingau, the wine-making region along the Rhine river. Every village took turns hosting one and there was always music, dancing and of course, wine.
German reds are characteristically light and on the sweet side and this one is no exception. The German label for Carl Jung Rot (which means “red”) says it’s “halbtrocken” (literally “half-dry” or semi-dry) and that description is accurate. This light-bodied red looks good being poured. I enjoyed it with a lamb roast and it would go well with any type of game meat or strong cheese.
*Price reflects what DryChick paid for the product at retail. She did not receive this product for free or accept any payment in exchange for this review. Opinions expressed here are solely her own.Tags: Dry, German, red, semi-dry, wine
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