"This wine holds a special place in the family. Planted in 1976, the name comes from a dialect that pulls from their Hungarian heritage and essentially translates to their family farm. 2015 was the first vintage in the current style. The grapes are stomped by foot, 10 days of skin contact, no racking, and aged in 400L oak barrels. No additions of any kind. This wine feels ionically charged. It manages to carry the skin contact, not lose sight of the grape, and carry the signature of their land all in one."
Incredible high-acid ripper with a savory and herbaceous finsih, as divisive as it is delicious: decide for yourself.
Neusiedlersee, Austria/Gruner Veltliner