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The Muenzenrieder wine-growing estate lies in the neusiedlersee/seewinkel national park. Through natural cultivation methods, rigorous harvest scrutiny, and controlled cellar operations, winegrowers Johann and Johannes Muenzenrieder produce potent wines marked with regional characteristics and tremendous intensity.
Enjoying the special microclimate of the sun drenched seewinkel aera, fruitful, fresh white and dense, robust red wines flourish. the adjoining lake neusiedl and numerous small marshes of the area serve as heat reservoirs, providing ample amounts of air moisture. Consequently, the ideal conditions for the cultivation of the coveted “noble rot” (botrytis) are set, allowing for the vinification of high-class sweet wines.
A blend of Sauvignon Blanc, Sämling and Weissburgunder. Sourced from Ried Neubruch. Vineyard made up of a mixture of crushed stone, black earth.
Cool fermentation in stainless steel. 5 months in tank prior to bottling.
Bright golden yellow, exotic fruit nose. On the palette are hints of lychee and pineapple, with harmonious acidity with soft acid, making it ideal for fruit desserts and cheese or just solo.
Spatlese works well with spicy fare, fruit dishes, lobster, scallops and fish, pork, BLT sandwiches, and smoked meat.
Best drunk in its youth.