This is the first vintage to carry the new Kremstal DAC designation. To qualify for this label, a wine must be made from Riesling or Grüner Veltliner grown in the Kremstal region, must pass quality tests ensuring freshness and typicity, and can be no more than 12.5% alcohol. The typically Veltliner is tangy and light. This is because of the good loess soil and the very good climate. Fresh and fruity; the aroma reminds on white currant, citrus fruits and the typically "Veltliner-Pfefferl”. The aromas are repeat also on the palate.
100% Gruner Veltliner. Hand harvested and sorted in mid October. After destemming and careful pressing, the must was fermented under controlled temperature in a stainless steel tank. Alcohol: 12,5%. Acidity: 5,4 g/l. Residual sugar: 1,5 g/l (dry).
Seafood, fish, salad, schnitzel, pork chops, Thai dishes.