Sparkling wine Lenz Moser, "Malteser Ritterorden" Brut Sekt
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Reviews of purchase Lenz Moser, "Malteser Ritterorden" Brut Sekt
The wine is a delicate pale yellow color with a greenish tint.
The taste of sparkling wine is fresh, clean, dry, floral-fruity, with perfectly integrated acidity, notes of citrus and minerals in a refreshing aftertaste.
Fresh aroma of sparkling wine offers notes of yellow fruit (apple, pear, quince) and citrus, floral and mineral nuances.
Classic aperitif. The wine is in harmony with white meat, fish, seafood and young cheeses. It is recommended to cool the wine well before serving.
Dry white sparkling wine "Malteser Ritterorden" Brut Sekt is made from a blend of grape varieties Gruner Veltliner, Blauburgunder (Pinot Noir) and Chardonnay grown on sites located in Lower Austria. Vinification of the base wine takes place in the traditional way in steel tankers at a controlled low temperature. Wine maturation on a fine lees takes 12 months. Saturation of wine with carbon dioxide is carried out according to the Sharma method in steel tanks under pressure.
Lenz Moser is an Austrian leader in wine production. The company owes its success to its founder, Dr. Lenz Moser III, who will forever remain in the history of winemaking thanks to his many know-how. One of his most famous innovations was the introduction of effective principles for the formation of vines in territories with a cool climate. The system of high-stem non-covering vineyards, called the Moser system, is now widespread in Austria, where it is used by 90% of all vineyards. Currently, the Lenz Moser company successfully combines centuries-old traditions of winemaking with the most modern technologies. Her motto is "Quality is the best form of marketing strategy." Therefore, absolutely all wine lines - from elite to budget ones - are of high quality.
The main possessions of the Lenz Moser winery are located in Rohndorf (Lower Austria) and Apetlon (Burgenland). In addition, the company manages the palace wineries of the sovereign Malta Knight's Order in Mailberg and the Siegendorf Monastery Wine Cellar. Since 1986, the Lenz Moser winery has been owned by the VOG group, which does not have its own vineyards, but has an extensive network of grape suppliers in different regions of Austria, the number of which reaches more than 3,000. The annual turnover of the Lenz Moser winery is 40 million euros, annually the company produces 17 million bottles of wine , 30% of which is exported.