Arndorfer Vorgeschmack MA

Hard Facts:

Wine name: Vorgeschmack MA
Producer: Arndorfer
Vintage: 2012
Appellation: Niederosterreich
Grape Varieties: 80 % Grüner Veltliner and 20 % Riesling
Fermentation tanks: 80% Stainless steel and 20% big used oak barrels
Yeasts: partly selected and partly native yeast
Maceration: none
Malolactic: none
Aged in: 80 % stainless steel and 20 % big used oak barrels
Aged for: 4 months
Clarification/Filtration: smart filtered once
Alcohol Content: 12,5 % vol.
Total Production: 6000 bottles
Altitude: 240 - 360 m
Soil: loess and primary rock
Year planted: 1960 - 1992
Density: 3300 - 4000 vines/hectare
Yield: 2,5 kg per vine
   
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Quick facts:

  • Vorgeschmack means 'appetizer' in German
  • 80% Gruner and 20% Riesling
  • Newest wine to the Arndorfer family released for the first time in 2010
  • Aged only 4 months on the lees, in 80% Stainless and 20% large used oak

Further information:

Vorgeschmack means 'appetizer' in German, and is Martina and Anna's introduction and 'welcome wine', to teach and familiarize drinkers to the special terrior of Strass and their vineyards.

The Arndorfers tasting notes:
Lively and inspiring starter with vibrant "fruit" and floral hints on the palate

For dinner the Arndorfers recommend:
Salad, some fine rare fish…

International Article Number

EAN: 912001536979 2

Arndorfer Vorgeschmack MA