Alluring scents of lilac are allied in the nose to intimations of the grapefruit, apple and rhubarb that then dominate on a rich, glossy, expansive yet juicy and invigoratingly tangy palate. Despite 13.7 percent alcohol (nearly as high as its 2011 predecessor), a sense of lift remains that complements the wine’s inner-mouth florality. The succulent, mouthwatering, phenomenally sustained finish is transparent to an almost kaleidoscopic array of stony, crystalline, alkaline, peppery and saline nuances. Drink: 2017-2032 (Feb17) (No scores are given on request of the winemaker)
| David Schildknecht,

Northwest of Weissenkirchen. This vineyard is planted with the oldest vines - more than 60 years old. With small bunches yielding small grapes, the overall yield is naturally low. The wines are fermented and matured in wooden barrels.


Grape Variety Gruner Veltliner
Closure Cork
Bottle Size 750ml
Brand Weingut Veyder-Malberg