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||90 Pts Falstaff Magazine||Size:||750ML
90 Pts Falstaff Magazine
No tasting note given. (2013)
"Aromatic and bright, with notes of lime, pineapple, pear, and flintiness on the nose. The palate is zippy, with refreshing acidity, marked minerality, spice notes, and juicy tropical fruit. Pair this with vegetable dishes, seafood, chicken, and Asian cuisine."
"Picked on the 18th and 21st of October, grapes grown in chalk-silicate, loess and gravel in parcels of varying degrees of elevation. The grapes were pressed immediately without a period of maceration, fermented in stainless steel tank with temperature control, then kept on the lees until the end of January." -Importer
"Weingut Holzapfel is situated in a former farmstead, established 700 years ago by the Canons of St Polten, which was updated to the baroque style by Jakob Prandtauer, architect of the famous Stift Melk. At that point in history, most of the vineyards in the Wachau belonged to the Catholic Church and its nearby monasteries; the farmstead was the center for the harvest and fermentation of wine grapes and for the administration of local sales."
"Today, the estate consists of some fourteen hectares of land under vines, cultivated and worked with traditional methods. Among their vineyards are outstanding sites like Achlieiten, Vorederseiber, Weitenberg, Klaus and Kollmitz. Karl Holzapfel strives to create clear and fine fruit-driven, characterful and lively wines for daily enjoyment, as well as dry and compact Smaragd wines with complex aromaticity and great cellaring potential." -Importer