Grape: Gruner Veltliner
Vineyard: loess, planted in 1962 and 1979
Cellar: The grapes are harvested manually in multiple picks (to gain acidity in the early harvests and structure in the later ones), each of them gently pressed and fermented for 3 months in individual glass balloons (demijohns). The wines are then blended and aged with the lees in steel tanks for ~12 months. Bottled with zero addition of sulfur, unfined and unfiltered into clay bottles.
Personality: the significant presence of lees gives the wine a distinct creamy style and tannic structure, balanced by pleasant acidity and stony mineral finish.
Mix and match 3, 6 or 12 bottles!