Please check out our other offers with rare high-quality wines. Our offered wines are perfectly stored in a vaulted cellar, cool, dark and with high humidity.
Here we are offering:
5 bottles 1983 Binger Schloßberg - Schwätzerchen Riesling Eiswein 0.7l
Producer: Weingut Hildegardishof, Ockenheimer Chaussee 12, 55411 Bingen, Deutschland
Wine from Germany
alc.: age related no data available on the label
Fill level: into neck - high fill (in the capsule)
Label condition: very good
Capsule condition: very good
Allergen: contains sulphite
BUYING DIFFERENT LOTS:
If you buy different lots it's maybe possible to combine the shipping so the real costs for shipping are cheaper than the accumulate shipping costs from the different purchases which you pay to Catawiki. The maximum quantity of bottles in one shipping box for combined shipping is 18 bottles. Unfortunately it isn`t possible to combine the shipping costs before you will do the payment. Therefore we make a refund about to much paid shipping cost to you.
If a combined shipping is possible we will inform you about the amount of the refund after your payment has been made to Catawiki. The refund will be done after Catawiki has made the payment to us. This will usually take about 14 days after you made the payment to Catawiki.
although the Catawiki system displays worldwide shipping we do not ship alcoholic beverages due to customs regulations to the following countries: Canada, United States of America, Russian Federation, Mexico, Brazil, Gibraltar, Guernsey, Jersey, Svalbard and Jan Mayen.
Buyers outside of Germany are responsible for all further costs that may arise due to customs regulations on entry into the country of the recipient. This also applies to new costs incurred in the rejection and return to the original consignor of parcels by the respective customs authority. In particular, the buyer will be charged for the cost of the return and any new shipping to the buyer.
Generally to matured wines, old wines and wine rarities:
Wine is a natural product that may undergo changes in taste and color over the course of decades of storage. Therefore, we can not guarantee the drinkability and flawless taste of old aged wines. However, we take the utmost care in buying these wines, convince ourselves of optimal storage conditions, check the history of the bottles as far as possible and also carry out visual inspections of the bottle contents for cloudiness and consistency changes.
As already mentioned, older mature wines change their original taste during the decades of storage and sometimes have a ripe clay. White wines often tend towards a darker color like cognac, sherry or amber and can form tartar, red wines often form a depot on the bottom of the bottle. A different visual and taste experience compared to young wines is not uncommon for mature wines. For wine drinkers who have problems with the partly fresh, pronounced acidity of young wines, matured wines can be a real blessing, as the wine acid loses its power and aggressiveness over the years.
- Sweet wine
- Producer, Name of wine
- Riesling Eiswein - Binger Schloßberg-Schwätzerchen - Weingut Hildegardishof
- Nr of bottles
- Bottle size
- Bottles (0.75L)
- Fill Level
- Burgundy/Champagne/Flute bottle type, high fill level
- Label Condition
- Fully intact, readable label