Kerner · Vinissimus
CART
Free delivery over £200

Kerner

A Nordic school matter, crossbreeding became increasingly successful and Müller's "grandchildren" multiplied. In 1929 Kerner was born. It was the work of the German August Karl Herold, who obtained it by crossing Riesling with Schiava, a native red grape of Trentino and Alto Adige, and named it in honour of the poet Justinus Kerner, author of verses dedicated to wine. An interesting mix of musky, aromatic, mineral and tropical notes, Kerner is a fantastic pop version of Riesling.

View more

Kerner wines

11 products

£18.25

(£16.43 x6)

x6 -10%

£18.25

£21.50

(£19.36 x6)

x6 -10%

£15.66

£16.50

£20.54

£18.70

(£16.82 x6)

x6 -10%

£22.80

(£20.52 x6)

x6 -10%
Sold out

£15.30

Sold out

£19.60

Sold out

£26.80

/ 0.37 L btl

Kerner

A Nordic school matter, crossbreeding became increasingly successful and Müller's "grandchildren" multiplied. In 1929 Kerner was born. It was the work of the German August Karl Herold, who obtained it by crossing Riesling with Schiava, a native red grape of Trentino and Alto Adige, and named it in honour of the poet Justinus Kerner, author of verses dedicated to wine. An interesting mix of musky, aromatic, mineral and tropical notes, Kerner is a fantastic pop version of Riesling.