|Grape variety||Grüner Veltliner|
|Analysis||Alc: 13.5 %vol; Acid: 5.8 g/l; Sugar: 2.6 g/l|
The wine displays a similar density to the rock upon which it grows. Highly refined structure, tight-knitted with magnificent concentration on the palate. The refreshing balance of the fruit and acidity shows it best after aeration. Subtle hints of smoke emerge, and the wine has a delightful structure and is positively charming without the flattery. Good cellaring potential.Fact sheet
This Veltliner is a typical Austrian - a diplomat. It pairs well with a variety of dishes, such as to virtually all white meat dishes, asparagus, and it is worth trying with shellfish and seafood. Enjoy a glass at lunch with spaghetti carbonara, a fine combination to salmon steak with fennel orange sauce.
Coarse gravel, dominated by quartz boulders and crystalline rocks that originate from the ancient Danube, deposited at the level of the Rosenfeld terrace with a pedestal about 105 metres above the present Danube river.The Single-Vineyard