Kerner is a successful crossing of the Riesling and Trollinger (Schiava Grossa). Although one of its parents (Trollinger) is a dark-skinned grape used for making red wines, Kerner is unmistakably a white wine variety. It has large light-green berries and shares many characteristics with Riesling, both in the vineyard and the winery. One of the most popular crossings created in 20th-Century Germany.
Tasting:Fruity and mellow white wine; good balance of fruitiness and acidity. Complements light foods such as chicken, pasta dishes and Asian cuisine; also perfect for every day, any time, any occasion.