Near today’s Brünnerstrasse or route B7, there are old vineyards growing on loamy loess soils. Brünnerstrasse, historically called Kaiserstrasse, was built under the Austrian-Hungarian monarchy and functioned as one of the five major routes connecting smaller towns with the centre of the capital.
This wine shows a bright green colour. This Weinviertel classic comes with its typical fresh and fruity characteristics. A hint of citrus, apple and grapefruit on the nose create a light and refreshing body with a good length.
With its vivid acidity, this wine is best as an aperitif or to be served alongside cold starters and pastries.
|Varietal composition||Grüner Veltliner|
|Vinification||Fermentation in steel tanks|
|Residual sugar||1,5 g/l|