Wine Schloss Gobelsburg, Ried Gaisberg Riesling DAC Reserve, 2014
Reviews of purchase Schloss Gobelsburg, Ried Gaisberg Riesling DAC Reserve, 2014
The wine has a bright yellow-green color with silvery reflections.
The main range of taste is full of hints of ripe yellow fruit with subtle echoes of citrus, there is a strong texture, acidity and toning sustainable pleasant aftertaste.
Wine Aroma opens notes of apricot, peach and passion fruit, harmoniously interwoven with nuances of honey and orange peel.
Experts recommend drink wine paired with grilled fish and clams, scallops and oysters, as well as soft cheeses and white meat, stewed in white wine.
Dry white wine Ried Gaisberg Riesling DAC Reserve - a sensual and intense. Ried (single vineyard crus) Gaisberg refers to the three villages: Kammern, Zobing and the Strass, located in the east Haylingshtayna. Local soils are known for rich deposits of shale, gneiss, mica and amphibolite. The wine is created from collected berries in October, which was collected from 30-year-old vineyards. And some of the Riesling vine varieties are the oldest in the entire territory of the estate.
Wine Reed Gaisberg Riesling Reserve has a juicy taste with a discreet sweetness, motifs ripe tropical fruit and mineral aftertaste with overtones of lemon.
Vineyards that are now owned by the winery Schloss Gobelsburg, were defeated in 1171 by Cistercian monks from the monastery of Zwettl. After the fire on Kammern winery in 1786, they were transferred to Schloss Gobelsburg. Since 1996, the winery run by Michael and Eva Moosbrugger. Farm with 60 hectares of some of the best vineyards of Austria, located on the terraces of Heiligenstein and Gaisberg are, as well as between two hills in the valley town of Grub. Each vineyard has the unique properties of the soil and microclimate. The most important for the economy are the varieties Grüner Veltliner (50%) and Riesling (25%), which proved to be the most suitable for the surrounding soil structure. Low yields and rigorous selection using sorting tables provide a high level of quality of grapes and wine produced from it. In 2006, Michael Moosbrugger was named the best wine guidance Falstaff winemaker of Austria, he also repeatedly won awards for the best "Gruner Veltliner" and other wines.