Wine Weingut Schneider, "Gemischter Satz", Thermenregion, 2018
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Reviews of purchase Weingut Schneider, "Gemischter Satz", Thermenregion, 2018
The wine is golden yellow.
The taste of wine is fresh, very strong, with a pleasant, invigorating acidity, a large number of fruit shades (ripe pears, greengage plum, banana, melon, yellow apple, orange peel) and mineral notes.
The delicate aroma of wine felt notes of flowers, melon, pear, orange.
Fine wine as a refreshing aperitif on a hot day, combined with pasta with cream sauce, fish dishes, seafood, as well as light Mediterranean dishes.
Weingut Schneider, "Gemischter Satz", 2018 - a fresh, invigorating white wine with a variety of fruity notes in taste and aroma. The wine belongs to the traditional "Gemischte Satz" style for Austrian winemaking, the peculiarity of which is that several grapes, which are later used to create wine, are grown together, collected and processed together. Traditionally, up to 15 different grape varieties can be planted in a colorful mess in the vineyard. Strict selection during the harvest season guarantees the high quality of the future wine. The wine storage potential is 4 years.
The Austrian farm Weingut Schneider is located in the Termenregion region (Lower Austria). The farm focused on red grape varieties - the international Pinot Noir and the autochthonous Saint Laurent. 80% of vineyards are dominated by red varieties. The reason for this unique specialization can be found in the local climate, and, of course, in the local soil, which is a complex composition of rocky limestone and limestone soil interspersed with pebbles. The stones accumulate heat during the day and give it away at night, which ensures optimal ripening of grapes in the fairly cool climatic conditions of the Termenregion. Lime in the soil is an indispensable component for the development of high-quality grape varieties; it nourishes the vine with minerals. Another characteristic feature of local soil is the high permeability of water, which makes the vines go deep into the ground to provide themselves with the necessary moisture.
The head of the winery - Georg Schneider - after graduating from oenological schools in Vienna and Klosterneuburg and subsequent internships in wineries in Germany and Australia in 1995, took over the management of the family economy. Georg considers proper soil care the most important in creating healthy and pure wines. How she feels depends on how the grapes are born and which wine is made from it. In 2008, he decided to reorganize his work in the vineyards and take the biological path. In 2014, he received an organic certificate (EU Norm).