The Zweigelt and Pinot Noir fruit that source this wine come from vines kept healthy without the use of pesticides or fungicides. The Kremstal's Loess soils contribute character to the wine's profile as does the spontaneous fermentation responsible for 50% of the cuve. A cool fermentation in steel tanks ensures freshness and 4 months ageing on the fine lees adds a delightful presence and mouthfeel.
Pale salmon-pink in colour, this wine shows an attractive floral and red fruit aroma. Medium-bodied, great balance of acidity and fruit concentration, it finishes dry with a pleasantly long red fruit character. To be enjoyed at grill parties, picnics and as a refreshing aprtif on warm summer days.
Pair with pork tenderloin with honey sauce, chorizo risotto, or duck terrine.
Austria / 2015