Our vineyards in Bad Pirawarth grow on Muschelkalk soils, a type of sedimentary rock strata that is over twelve million years old and only found in central and western Europe. The local climate always brings a little breeze to dry out the vineyards after a little rain, keeping the fruits healthy and prosperous. The vines are between 20 and 30 years old.
The wine shows a youthful green colour. A scent of green apple on the nose, inspiring with a subtle herbal touch of rosemary and thyme. Its creamy texture and well balanced acidity give this elegant but complex palate a long lingering finish.
Perfect match for with wild poultry, seafood or white meat dishes served with tangy sauces.
|Varietal composition||Grüner Veltliner|
|Vinification||Fermentation in steel tanks, undergoing natural malolactic fermentation.|
|Alcohol||13,0 % vol.|
|Residual sugar||1,5 g/l|