Wine Pichler-Krutzler, Gruner Veltliner "Supperin", 2015
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Reviews of purchase Pichler-Krutzler, Gruner Veltliner "Supperin", 2015
Wine of intense greenish-yellow color.
Bitter taste of the wine demonstrates the perfect harmony of all elements, ranging from juicy acidity, oily texture to a long, refreshing aftertaste.
The aroma of wine reveals shades of elderberry, chamomile and fresh bread, followed by tones of green apple, white peach, banana and pear.
Wine is served to veal, white meat, risotto with seafood, poultry, pasta, risotto with vegetables, snacks.
Pichler-Krutzler, Gruner Veltliner "Supperin" - a rich and rich wine with an energetic character. The vineyards are located on a flat plateau and are divided into soils, which include gneiss and slate. The average age of the vines is 45-50 years. The grapes are harvested by hand and pressed before fermentation, after which the berries for 12-18 hours are held in contact with the skin at low temperature. Vinification is carried out in large oak barrels, followed by malolactic fermentation and aging on its own draft.
The Pichler-Krutzler distillery in the Wachau has been around since 2006 and has attracted attention with its clean and uncompromising wines for a short time. Its founders were Elizabeth Pichler (from the famous wine house FX Pichler ) and her husband, Erich Krützler. They are convinced that it is impossible to get excellent wine without hard work in the vineyard, so they are in their possessions of sustainable agriculture. Working with respect for nature, they get wine with soul and character.
"I am a supporter of old-fashioned Wachau wines, without fashion trends ," says Erich Krützler, "and I want to return to the late eighties and early nineties, when manual labor and a stricter attitude to quality were in high esteem" Wine critics attribute Pichler-Krutzler to the rising stars of Austrian winemaking, who can easily compete with the great German white wines with their products.