A powerful Grüner Veltliner fermented using selected, ripe grapes. Grown towards the east of the Loiben vineyards, this wine features a bouquet with fruity notes and is, to put it simply, an elegant Veltliner pleasure.
Harvest 26. September 2018
Growth stainless steel tank
Analysis 13,0 vol.% ABV, 2,6 g/l residual sugar, 5,2 g/l acidity
Description Bright yellow-green, a hint of apricot, a slight reminiscence of tropical fruit and an inviting bouquet. A good body, hints of stone fruit and a fine acidity with a touch of honeydew melon in the aftertaste.
Altitude 203-225 meters
Hours of sunshine 2419 h
Soil gneiss and granite soil
The Ried Burgstall is one of the eastern Loiben vineyards. It refers to a rock terrace that towers around 30 metres over its surroundings. The name comes from a small medieval fortification that was built for defence purposes. The site extends over a purely gneiss and granite soil with a drifted sand layer and is known for its many hours of sunshine.