Origin and Terroir
The grapes for this Sparkling Wine were harvested in the vineyards around the “Göttweiger Berg” in the southern Kremstal. The soil is dominated by loess. The vineyards are influenced by the warm pannonian climate from the east but also from cool winds which come in from the north-east, combined with the special Danube valley climate, this climate mix gives the grapes the highest chance to gain full physiological ripeness and develop the typical aroma of Zweigelt.
The grapes were destemmed and pressed after a short maceration time. Fermentation was completed in temperature-controlled stainless-steel tanks. After fermentation the wine was racked and under pressure carbonic acid was added while bottling.
A sprightly Sparkling wine with delicate berry and cherry aroma in the nose, the fine mousseux supports the aromas on the palate. A very lively summer wine.
alcohol: 12,0 %vol
residual sugar: 10,0 g/l – dry
acidity: 5,2 g/l
Drink and Meal Recommendation
Stored best at 8 – 10° C
Aging potential: 2 years
This Sparkling wine is the perfect Aperitif! It is also pairs well with light dishes.