The self-righteous star of the dining table, which can be matured for years, from Vienna's top producer.
Terroir, production method and maturation: The sandy vineyard, Herrenholz, takes its name from the surrounding forest. The soil has sand and slate. A low supply of nutrients keeps the yield of old, over 50-year-old vines low and the growth rate slow. The wine is produced using biodynamic methods. Harvesting is done by hand and the grapes are carefully selected. The wine ferments with wild yeast in steel tanks.
Use: Versatile fish wine with excellent aging potential.
Description: Mineral and pleasantly spicy aroma, where you can find apple, lime and ginger. The taste is dry, elegant and mineral, but sinewy and concentrated – as you might expect from old vines!