2020 Wijngaard Bilderhof Souvignier Gris
This beautiful fresh, fruity dry white wine is made from 100% Souvignier Gris grapes from Dutch soil. The grapes ripen late and are therefore always picked last at Wijngaard de Bilderhof in Dordrecht. The bunches of the grapes are loose and the yield is high. The plant is highly resistant and has hardly any fungi. In 2017, the Souvignier Gris 2016 was awarded a bronze medal at the wine selection of the Low Countries.
The logo on the labels refers to the time of the past and shows Dordrecht from the river. The image on the label is a painting made by Albert Cuijp. Named: View of Dordrecht.
It is becoming a trend: Viticulture in the Netherlands and with climate change it is expected that the Netherlands may eventually become an important producer. We have a beautiful Dutch winery in our range, namely Wijngaard de Bilderhof from Holland's oldest city, Dordrecht. The winemaker Wilco Venhuizen has a beautiful vineyard and, unlike many Dutch hobbyists, has chosen to select grapes that do particularly well in our climate, such as the Dornfelder, the Rondo, the Cabernet Cortis and the Johnanniter. These grapes thrive in our climate and produce very unique white and red wines.
Click here for a youtube movie about the vineyard
|Type of Wine||White|
|Drinking as of||2021|
|Tasting Profiles||Dry, Fresh, Light, Tense, White fruit|
|Drink moments||Borrelen, Met vrienden, Terras, Voor alledag|