RIED KLOSTERSATZ 2019
90 Falstaff Points
A classic Grüner Veltliner that reflects the region where it grows: a powerful yellow-green wine with a very fruity aroma, paired with a harmonious balance of acidity that is typical of the Danube gravel of the Ried Klostersatz vineyard.
Harvest 24. September 2019
Growth classic, stainless steel tank
Analysis 12,5 vol.% ABV, 2,0 g/l l residual sugar, 6,4 g/l acidity
Description attractive green-yellow, a hint of fine, fresh apple fruit, elegant structure, youthful aroma, full body, intensive and classic, with a wonderful aftertaste – all in all, a versatile companion for your meal!
Altitude 199-204 metres
Hours of sunshine 2488 h
Soil fine sand, gravel, pebbles
The Ried Klostersatz vineyard stretches out over Loiben and Dürnstein. One of the oldest sites in the Wachau, it was planted by monks from Salzburg and Bavarian monasteries, or “Klöster” in German, giving it its name. The subsoil reflects the primary rock of the terraces that has been washed away and is blanketed by brown earth and Danube gravel.