About the winery
At the heart of the impressive Carthusian order, the historic name Bruno takes us back to the beginnings of the monastery founded in 1335. Inspired by its brave beginnings and the daily challenges of cultivating steep slopes and slate, the monks honour their founder Bruno with their handcrafted wine.
To preserve the natural, delicate aromas hidden in each grape, all the berries are picked by hand. The gentle pressing pressure and minimal intervention in the cellar respect this delicacy. The wine remains untreated, allowing its sediments to settle naturally and containing only a necessary amount of sulphur.
The wine presents itself in a bright straw yellow robe.
A fruity potpourri of citrus and crisp green apple awakens the senses, while a distinctive slate note stands out, heralding the invigorating freshness that awaits the palate.
The balance between sweetness and acidity is harmoniously balanced in this wine with a moderate alcohol content of 9.5 vol%. The unique character of the wine is determined by the slate spice, which gives it its depth. An ideal aperitif that also complements a variety of dishes, always fresh and invigorating.
Try this wine with light, refreshing dishes like grilled courgette skewers and a crunchy quinoa salad, a tangy watermelon with a hint of air-dried ham, or a classic herring salad with apple vinaigrette.
Karthäuserhof Winery , Karthäuserhof 1, 54292 Trier-Eitelsbach, Germany