|Category||Traisental DAC Reserve|
|Analysis||Alc: 14,0 % vol., Acidity: 5,1 g/l, Rs: 3,9 g/l, dry|
|Potential||2020 – 2030|
This vineyard occupies a gently inclined east-facing slope. The silty calcareous soil is derived from an underlying two meter thick layer of loess. Beneath the loess is conglomerate of the Hollenburg-Karlstetten Formation containing limestone and dolomite clasts from the calcareous Alps, which were deposited by the antecedent Traisen River around 15 million years ago.
Selection of the best physiological ripe grapes; crushed; skin contact for 12 hours; pressed; fermented in stainless steel; then splited into 50 % traditional acacia wood casks (2500 l ) and 50 % stainless steel; Batonage for 8 months.
Intensive yellow with greenish hues; the nose offers a wide spectrum ranging from delicate herbal spice to tobaccoy notes to ripe fruit aromas; on the palate this has oodles of concentration; plenty of stuffing; a marvelous balance and ripe acidity.
goes very well with any kind of meat; fit´s perfect to the asian cuisine; to spicy, powerful dishes; as well to red cheese.Print Fact Sheet