Exotic fruits, papaya, mango, subtle spices. Reduction on the nose but achieves incredible balance given its prodigious gait. Really lifted and balsamic, which is the perfect foil for the quite opulent fruit in this typically fine effort.
Lively and citrussy, lifted and focused, not at all heavy. Crunchy green apple fruit, very primary at the moment but all the components for a long life are there. The stift is a Benedictine monastery with a history going back to the 11th century.
Green pepper and orchard fruits on the nose, bone dry on the attack, but then opens out to a surprisingly juicy, generous finish. Mineral and stony, given time to plump out a little, this could be sensational.
An exciting, unusual expression of Grüner Veltliner – kumquat, mango, racy acidity, almost buttery, but completely avoids being overbearing or fat. Nose has some lightly aromatic notes (lychee, but nothing like as O.T.T. as Gewürztraminer). Still a baby but beautiful, nuanced and super drinkable. A very fine effort which is already wonderful, and has even
Still quite closed on the nose, but with attractive orchard fruits, refreshing acids and restrained texture. Green apple, some leesy notes with a hint of honeycomb. Dry and focused, with lots of potential to age and open out. Refined on the finish. Selected yeasts (from the Kamptal region), fermentation in large acacia wood barrels.