From the Eating Houses of Vienna comes this whistle-clean example of ‘the way winemaking used to be.’ Not just in Northeastern Austria, but the World over for many centuries, farmers retained a single vineyard planted to multiple varietals; different grapes react uniquely to shifting annual weather and a co-planted vineyard is more likely to produce consistently delicious wine year-to-year because of a diversified crop. The grapes are picked all at the same time and fermented together. What happens next is as delicious as it is natural. A MUST for your table.
Alcohol: 12% vol
Residual sugar: 3.5 g/l dry
Acidity: 6.8 g/l
Style: Distinctive bouquet with fruity elements, fresh, lively and youthful; crispy - juicy in taste with a memorable character.
Grape varieties: Chardonnay, Riesling, Grüner Veltliner
Aging: stainless steel tank
Drinking temperature: 10° C
Shelf life: 3–5 years