Wachau

Grüner Veltliner Ried Supperin 2015

01C.075.0SUPP15.15
46.85
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44.50 €
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Pichler-Krutzler

Description

SUPPERIN
Wachau
GRAPE VARIETY
Grüner Veltliner
TASTING NOTES
Outside the old city walls of Dürnstein as a veranda overlooking the Danube River, the unique location of this site, together with the contented primary rock sediments of the soil, and the extraordinary age of the vines which in this vineyard are 80 years old, generates a singular expression of Grüner Veltliner: never fruity but always spicy and salty, equipped with unparalleled acidity. This wine remains in large oak barrels on yeasts and yeasts until just before bottling. Intense greenish-yellow color, herbaceous and tobacco notes on the nose, aromas of spices and dehydrated fruit in the mouth. An unusual style for a Grüner Veltliner, with a long finish. Patience and experience are appropriate with this wine and will be amply rewarded after a few years of maturation; one of the characteristic wines of Pichler-Krutzler!

Product Details

Vintage
2015
Bottle Size
0.750 L
Alcohol content %
13,5
Package
Bottle
Color
White
Main Grape Variety
Grüner Veltliner
Appellation
Wachau
Municipality
Dürnsteiner Frauengärten
District
Dürnstein
Region
Wachau
Country
Austria
Allergens
Contains Sulfites
Robert Parker
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Pichler-Krutzler Discover Cantina Pichler-Krutzler in the Wachau region and its fine wines in our online store In 2006 Elisabeth Pichler and Erich Krutzler founded their winery in the Wachau region. Both come from families belonging to the wine world, they have created together unique wines with a noble soul, based on respect for nature, through sustainable viticulture. Pichler-Krutzler wines reflect the territory from which they come. These are wines harvested, refined and bottled without any assembly. The vineyards, mainly Grüner Veltliner and Riesling, extend over stone terraces and can only be cultivated by hand. This is where a particular microclimate is created, influenced by the front, by the mild temperatures of Pannonia from the east by the cold winds that blow down from the valleys. The Wachau region, where these unique and quality wines are born, is in fact a real jewel recognized as World Heritage Site by UNESCO.
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