»Selektion Gruener Veltliner«
Carefully selected grapes from various vineyards form the backbone of the Grüner Veltliner Selektion. Spontaneously fermented in stainless steel tanks and matured on the fine lees until the New Year, the aim here is to represent the Grüner Veltliner variety in its classic, fresh and cheeky form.
This is the very essence of Grüner Veltliner. Fresh and fruity with a lively acidity, this is a stimulating wine with good presence and a certain simplicity. Perfect as a partner for light dishes or simply enjoyed solo.
»From Loess Gruener Veltliner«
A Grüner Veltliner from our best loess sites (“Löss” in German): Goldberg, Gsang, Diebsnest and Hinter der Au. The grapes are hand-harvested beginning October and allowed to ferment spontaneously. The selected vineyards with their loess soils make it possible to create a spicy, lively and thoroughly full-bodied wine which reflects its origins.
Pure, unadulterated loess. Ripe, spicy and creamy yet light on its feet – everything that is so typical of Grüner Veltliner and loess. A charming, inviting wine which will marry well with many different dishes. It’s great fun in its youth but also has good cellaring potential.
»Goesing Gruener Veltliner«
The Grüner Veltliner Gösing is a local wine, which means that it is categorised in the “middle” of our origin pyramid. The vineyards are among the highest in the Wagram region and grow in deep loess soils. Here, we are always rewarded with healthy and gloriously crunchy Veltliner grapes during harvest time.
This wine is left to mature on its lees for 10 months before being bottled prior to the following harvest. It combines all the merits of a Wagram Veltliner: ripe fruit, the spice typical of loess soils and an intensity which however never tips over to heaviness. That’s exactly how we like it!
»Ried Goldberg 1ÖTW Gruener Veltliner «
Goldberg is one of the best single vineyards in the village. Terraces and hills which slope towards the Danube Valley and mighty loess ground build the foundation for the Goldberg wines. Bunches are hand-picked mid-October and sorted manually before being pressed whole in order to retain finesse and elegance. A fermentation process which incorporates a small quantity of whole berries also provides length and a saline character.
Goldberg is our poster child for Veltliner. It always has something hearty about it: it gives us assertive but also charming wines. Spicy and ripe with a laid-back “baroque” character in warmer years. This complex, profound wine always offers excellent ageing potential!