Present and pronounced on the nose this wine displays stone fruit, delicate lime, and hints of ripe pear. On the palate there are flavors of juicy white peach and subtle hints of apricot. This wine is well balanced by a refined structure, very fresh, crisp, and plush acidity. The name Federspiel is derived from falconry which was a very popular leisure time activity among the nobility in medieval times. The falcon stands for the remarkable elegance of these dry white wines. Serve well chilled at about 9°C. A superb food wine! Perfectly accompanies soups, poultry, prosciutto, and a wide range of vegetable dishes. Drink now for maximum freshness or within the next two or three years.