Deep bright yellow gold (barrel fermented?). Initially shy but inviting nose of dried apple and white pepper. Spicy medium palate confirms the palate as well as the barrel fermentation(!), adding a bit of orange candy once it opens up (still dry, tho). Moderate finish typical of the style. Gott say I thought I'd be disappointed or at least underwhelmed by this wine. Not at all. This is a really nice dry expression of the variety that's got more complexity than expected. Drink now with pork or turkey. — a month ago
Wow. Such a cool wine! Delicious. Wish I could find more of this — 4 months ago
A Gemischter Satz from Burgenland, slightly naturalistic, a bit funky, highly drinkable.
A flowery nose with some ripe pear, apple, summer meadow but also a salty, herby note adding an interesting edge.
On the palate this is vibrant, energetic, juicy. There’s a bit of grip, a beautiful mouthfeel, nice mid palate presence. Yellow fruit, ripe & a bit bruised, with great juiciness and an underlying salty minerality.
This has character, interesting edges and good depth. And disappears in a blink.
Lobe the label, too! — 2 years ago
Very interesting. An unexpected buttery smokiness balances the acidity nicely. Apple-y on the nose. — a month ago
More body to this than I expected for 11.5% natty white blend. Skin contact. — 3 months ago
The grand finale! Dad brought this. I tasted apricot and agave. Tasting notes were marmalade and barley sugar. I can’t say I could pin “barley sugar” but I am stashing that descriptor for future tastings 🤪 — 8 months ago
Silvaner, 47aner, 47/59 ah ag(gold) level better day after opening light honey yellow color mighty foggy pure jelly — 3 months ago
High acid, lemonade! So yummy and fresh — 4 months ago
Berries, barely fizz, like a more intense white but a bit more complex like a red? Ate with scallop and galbi ribs — 7 months ago
crisp green apple, fresh-cut grass — 2 years ago