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Loimer Riesling Steinmassl 2011

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Loimer Riesling Steinmassl 2011 750ml

Loimer Riesling Steinmassl

Riesling Steinmassl, named after an old stone working tool, is from a hilltop vineyard of primary rock and silvery mica that takes a fair amount of wind the north and west. The vineyard was a former quarry in the extensively planted Shilterner Berg area north of Langenlois town. The wine of Steinmassl tend towards tension and minerality with perhaps a little less stone fruit and exotic richness found elsewhere.The grapes were harvested carefully by hand in late October to early November. The Riesling then went through maceration and a first fining. Spontaneous fermentation occurred in 50% stainless steel tanks and 50% wooden casks. The Steinmassl was racked, and then aged on the fine lees in Austrian oak barrels for 7 months.

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Loimer Loimer Riesling Steinmassl 2011
BOTTLE SIZE: 750ml
 

Notes on the Loimer Riesling Steinmassl 750ML 2011

Wine Maker Notes Riesling Steinmassl, named after an old stone working tool, is from a hilltop vineyard of primary rock and silvery mica that takes a fair amount of wind the north and west. The vineyard was a former quarry in the extensively planted Shilterner Berg area north of Langenlois town. The wine of Steinmassl tend towards tension and minerality with perhaps a little less stone fruit and exotic richness found elsewhere.The grapes were harvested carefully by hand in late October to early November. The Riesling then went through maceration and a first fining. Spontaneous fermentation occurred in 50% stainless steel tanks and 50% wooden casks. The Steinmassl was racked, and then aged on the fine lees in Austrian oak barrels for 7 months.