hi 2011 – Birgit Eichinger Riesling Gaisberg Reserve Erste Lage Kamptal « Cinderella Wine - Ridiculously low prices for up to 24 hours only.

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$27.00Original List Price

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Rating: 91 Pts Wine SpectatorSize:750ML
Region: Niederosterreich-Lower Austria Country:Austria
Varietals: Riesling ABV:13.5%

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91 Pts Wine Spectator

"Offers luscious flavors of ripe citrus, glazed apricot and ruby grapefruit, offset by plenty of creaminess. The lingering finish echoes with vibrant notes of red raspberry, currant and spice, revealing hints of honey. Drink now through 2022. 50 cases imported. -KM" (06/13)


"Every wine has it’s maker, ...created in perfect harmony with nature"

"Birgit Eichinger, as a winemaker, exercises great care, consistency and flair, while being deeply rooted in her homeland - the Kamp Valley. Her wines are the embodiment of elegance and strong character. Great wines are close to Birgit's mind and heart. She stands for progress not stagnation and individualism instead of mainstream. She finds her inspiration and support from her husband, Christian and daughter, Gloria."

"Success requires space for growth. Since it’s beginnings in 1992, the winery has enjoyed continuous growth and currently boasts a total 15 hectares of prime Kamptaler vineyards. She is also a member of the renowned close-knit network of '11winemaker women'. The network enables them to exchange know-how and experiences. They push each other to their limits and to think outside the box, setting cutting-edge standards in vinification. As an added the bonus, they have all become great friends. She is also a member of the eminent, 'Osterreichische Traditionsweinguter' (OTW). The OTW is a union of some of Austria’s best wineries, which classify their vineyards and have created the first catalogue of prime sites ‚Erste Lagen." -Winery

"The Gaisberg is an optical extension of the Langenloiser Heiligenstein and is considered one of the best sites of the entire region. It’s crystalline properties from the Bohemian Massif forms the south-easterly foothill of the Manhartsberg. What differentiates this site to the rest is it’s transitional horizon and southernly exposure - as from this point eastwards and southwards the sites enjoy a completely different climatic and geological conditions. Weathered soils and crystalline rocks with a layer of brown earth dominate this south-east facing position. In the upper part you find mica weathered soils, which are well suited for Riesling. The lower eastern area with sandy loess deposits is better suited to the Gruner Veltliner." -Winery