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Although the more than 400 hectares of vineyards in Klettgau are mainly cultivated by small-scale producers, Markus Ruch has always been convinced of the enormous potential of the country's northernmost wine region. The artist-winemaker has been cultivating his own vineyards since 2007. Before that he worked in Burgundy, but also with Marie-Thérèse Chappaz (VS) and Christian Zündel (TI). Today, he does his utmost to make you discover the taste of the clay-limestone terroir of Klettgau. His wines belong to the pantheon of Swiss production.
The Gächlinger Schlemmweg is mentioned in a document from the 14th century as a unique place. On the southern slope, it rises with a slope of 10% to an altitude of 490 metres. The 50 year old vines are rooted in a light Tonmergel soil, the subsoil being characterised by limestone layers (Muschelkalk). The grapes ferment via their indigenous yeasts for about a month in Holzstanden. The wine is aged for 14 to 18 months in Burgundy rooms and is bottled unfiltered.
Suggestions for accompaniment
Roast chicken with morels - Quasi of veal with oyster mushrooms - Quail pie.
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