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Grüner Veltliner „Berg“ Erste Lage 2017

  • 94 Points Falstaff
  • 95 Points A la Carte
  • 95 Points James Suckling
Origin Traisental
Variety Grüner Veltliner
Categoriy Traisental DAC Reserve
Analysis Alc: 13,5 % vol., Acidity: 5,4 g/l, Rs: 2,6 g/l, dry
Potential 2018 – 2028

Site

This vineyard occupies a steep, east-facing, terraced slope with a gradient of more than 25%. The soil, which overlies calcareous conglomerate of the Hollenburg-Karlstetten Formation, is very meager with only a thin layer of humus.

Vinification

Selection of the best physiological ripe grapes; crushed; skin contact for 18 hours; pressed; fermented and stored in 100 % traditional acacia wood casks; Batonage for 8 months.

Tasting notes

Intensive yellow with greenish hues; the nose remindes on ripe pear with a hint of honey; herbal spice to tobaccoy notes to ripe fruit aromas; on the palate this has oodles of concentration; plenty of stuffing; powerful finish.

Serving suggestion

goes very well with any kind of meat; fit´s perfect to the asian cuisine especially curry dishes.

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Product Codes

EAN Bottle Code: 9120013667999
EAN Case of 6 Code: 9120013668002

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