Alzinger Mühlpoint Grüner Veltliner 2015
The 2015 Grüner Veltliner Federspiel Mühlpoint comes from loess soils and opens with a more spicy Veltliner bouquet that displays ripe pip fruit aromas. Round and juicy on the palate, with a stimulating salinity and a very nice grip this is a pretty juicy yet expressive and aromatic Veltliner.
ORGANIC / BIODYNAMIC
Domaine Mosse Goldeneye 2019
Domaine Mosse make impeccable and complex wines. With grapes Loin de l’Oeil from the South West France and Grüner Veltliner from Austria, the two combine effortlessly to produce a highly drinkable white wine of considerable charm. This wine shows the Mosse brothers, once again, showing their experience and adaptability to combine grapes from two different countries to produce a very interesting and delightful wine.
ORGANIC / BIODYNAMIC / NATURAL
Johannes Zillinger Revolution Pink Solera NV
The Revolution Pink Solera from Johannes Zillinger is a mix of 3 grape varieties: Rösler (50%), Syrah (40%) and St. Laurent (10%). The Rösler was fermented in stainless steel tanks and matured in barrels, the Syrah spent time in barrels and the St. Laurent was made with a unique solera system (different vintages put together year after year). The result is a fresh and minerality driven rosé, aromas of sour cherries, pomegranate and sage. Can we treated as a chilled red as well. Very structural wine.
ORGANIC / BIODYNAMIC / NATURAL / NO SO2 ADDED
Tschida Kapitel I 2019
Nothing added and nothing taken away, a unique example of Cabernet Franc and Zweigelt planted on the gravelly schist soils in a special pocket of Austria, the banks of Lake Neusiedlersee. It’s a long and intimate process. 10 weeks on the skins, fermented in open wooden vats, a minimum of 18 months in large oak barrels. Experiential drinking from the smoky notes to the stony minerality.