The Scheurebe represents a very interesting type of wine. First cultivated in 1916 by Georg Scheu, this grape variety requires better-than-average sites. The grapes ripen late, in the last sunny days of autumn, but then often reach 80° Oechsle and more. Scheurebe wines fascinate with a classy fruit acidity and a full-bodied bouquet, which reminds one of black currant. And, with longer maturity, hints of peaches and roses emerge to delight. Enjoy Scheurebe wines with savoury foods, such as aromatic fish dishes, ragouts from Asian cuisine and also with fruity desserts.