Wine Skoff, Grauburgunder, 2015
Reviews of purchase Skoff, Grauburgunder, 2015
Wine of deep yellow-orange color with pink reflections.
Taste Wine juicy, fruity, with notes of strawberry, grapefruit and citrus, with fresh acidity and a breathtaking finish with lemon nuances.
The wine has an attractive, fruity aroma with notes of red berries, ripe figs, raisins and banana.
The wine goes well with Mediterranean dishes, steamed fish, asparagus.
Grauburgunder - monosortovoe white wine made from grapes Grauburgunder, known by the more familiar name - Pinot Gris. Grapes grow in Southern Styria on limestone soils. Harvesting is carried out in September. Extract of wine takes place in stainless steel tanks. Wine "Grauburgunder" has a deep, rich color with orange and pink highlights, its potential is 5 years.
Skoff - family winery, where the secrets of wine passed down from generation to generation. Today representatives of the fourth and fifth generation - Walter Skoff and his son Joachim - continue the work of their ancestors. Throughout the existence of the economy remains unchanged company philosophy: "Wine is life, our life is wine." It also reflected the vision of yourself in the world of wine, and the relation to wines created, and sensitive, respect for the traditions of the family. With regard to this, the rich experience of Walter and youth and enthusiasm Joachim complement each other perfectly.
Skoff winery owns 11 vineyards in Styria. Each of them - is unique and it is very important for the family Skoff, as a variety of terroir they believe the key to creating great wines. Another important factor is the vinification, so here winemakers use all their experience and apply various know-how to save the best varietal characteristics of the grapes and terroir expression.
Hard work and love of winemaking winery Skoff allowed to become one of the most renowned farms in Austria, the owner of a huge number of international awards, including awards from the «Decanter Awards», «International Wine Challenge», «IWSC Awards». And Walter Skoff deservedly was awarded the press unofficial title of "Mr. Sauvignon"