|Article:||2016 Zweigelt Göttweiger Berg Qualitätswein Weingut Müller|
|Growing area:||Lower Austria|
|Category:||Red wine, dry|
|Description:||Middle ruby garnet; tasty, multifaceted bouquet; at the palate round with a juicy cherry fruit; tannin tied well; fresh and harmonious in the aftertaste.|
|Residual sugar:||2.3 g/l|
|Drinking temperature:||15 - 17° C|
|Drink recommendation:||A beautiful companion to tasty cheese and a variety of a different pasta. Perfectly to mushroom dishes and veal.|
Origin and Terrain
The grapes used for this red wine are harvested from the vineyards around the ‘Göttweiger Berg‘ in the southern region of the Krems valley. The vineyards grow on mainly warm gravel ground covered by a layer of hearty clay. The warm Pannonian climate from the East is creating a micro-climate very unique to the Danube valley. The combination of the well suited ground along with the unique climate of the Danube valley is the foundation for the well balanced ripening of this grape.
For this particular red wine the grapes were harvested by the middle of October. In the cellar the grapes are destemed and introduced to a classic must fermentation. After several days the fermenting wine was pressed out and stored in small oak barrels. After the controlled biological acid degradation he still was allowed to mature a little before he was bottled.
|Country of origin:||Austria|
|Company:||Weingut Müller GmbH|
|Address:||Hollenburgerstraße 12, 3508 Krustetten Austria|