Amber Amber is a wine from the German state of Baden-Württemberg, and has been described as a “reminiscent of an old style German wine, with hints of pear and dried fruits.”
The wine was named after Amber, a young woman who fell in love with the wine and became obsessed with it.
The label says Amber is “a fresh, sweet wine with notes of amber and peach, which is a tribute to her.”
Amber is produced at the Acheron Winery in Gütenbüttemberger, which was founded by the wife of a famous German winemaker, Karl-Peter Acheronet.
The wine’s label says it is “perfect for a night out in a romantic setting,” according to German newspaper Handelsblatt.
The winery will soon open a branch in Hamburg.
Acherons winemaker in Gauteng says he’s looking forward to the new Acherona Winery’s opening in Hamburg, according to local news outlet Handelsballd.
“We have many things to offer the wine-loving wine-lovers,” Acheroni said.
The Acheronian Winery will be located in Göteborg, a small town in southwestern Germany, and is scheduled to open in 2019.