About The Wine
Usually quite upfront, rich and agreeable, in its youth it often flaunts its all-day access to the sun in the form of aromas sun impacted characteristics like your Grandma’s sweet walnut bread with honey, hazelnut flour, and salty brown butter. The fruits are led by white, exotic notes with an unexpected dose of wild red berries that remains on the the palate, showing a similar taste profile to that of some Rieslings from the center of Germany’s Rheingau wine region. While it’s not often that white wines taste and smell of red fruit like this Gruner Veltliner does, it brings great pleasure when they do.
Loess topsoil intensifies the immediate appeal and accessibility of this wine in its youth, while its deep core of salty mineral notes are highlighted by the metamorphic rock bedrock, which is easily accessible to the vine’s deeper root systems.