This is a blend of Pinot Blanc, Pinot Gris, and Pinot Noir, from 40-year-old vines rooted in their biodynamic Bennwihr estate. This was native fermented in foudre, where it rested on lees for one year until bottling with light filtration and a minimum of sulphur. Appellation: Alsace AC Region: Alsace, France Grape(s): Pinot Blanc, Pinot Gris, Pinot Noir
Sepp Moser Gruner Veltliner 2019 - Kramptal Austria
Sepp Moser’s Classic range represents wines intended for drinking now, but by no means should be understood as “a simple wine.” This majority of the Gruner grapes for this were grown on the steep, rocky loess terraces of Rohrendorf in Kremstal, rich in lime. This is a crisp, bright GV, with green apple, tight pear, on a slender frame. Acidity is shining, and the finish is snappy. Great fun to drink now, especially with green veg or shellfish dish’s Moser’s Classic range represents wines intended for drinking now, but by no means should be understood as ‘a simple wine’. This majority of the Gruner the Moser family is one of Austria’s grand, traditional viticultural dynasties with roots dating back to the 12th Century. The most famous recent descendant of this family is the renowned viticulture pioneer Dr. Lenz Moser, who in the 1950s developed vine training known as the Lenz Moser system, but it was not until 1987 that the Sepp Moser estate reinvented in into its current state. Weingut Sepp Moser was founded by Sepp Moser in 1987 in Rohrendor, Kremstal. His son Nikolaus took over the 61-hectare estate in 2000, converting the estate to biodynamic viticulture (certified 2006) and organics (certified 2009). They produce both reds and whites from Kremstal, and Neusiedlersee in Burgenland.