|Category||Traisental DAC Reserve|
|Analysis||Alc: 13,0 % vol., Acidity: 6,1 g/l, Rs: 5,9 g/l, dry|
|Potential||2019 – 2029|
This vineyard occupies a steep, eastfacing, 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.
Selection of the best physiologically ripe grapes; 12 hours skin contact; fermented in stainless steel; kept on the lees for 8 months in traditional acacia wood barrels.
Intensive yellow; pure peach aromas; the palate is tightly knit and has acid structure rich in finesse.
Goes best with fish e.g. with trout or salmon; also very good with spicy food; especially asian cuisine.Print Fact Sheet