Riesling Kremstal

Wine description

„Kremstal“ (located around the small city Krems), on the southern border of the river Danube on the foothills of the „Stift Göttweig“ monastery. Both, rocky soils of weathered primary rock and deep loess covers can be found in Kremstal, therefore it is not surprising that both Grüner Veltliner and Riesling dominate.

Handpicked selected grapes, soft pressing, temperature controlled fermentation in stainless steel, settling in big wooden barrels (4.000 to 6.000 l, NO oak taste) before bottling which allows the wine to clarify itself without filtration.

Tasting notes

Fresh, crisp, fruit driven; good balanced and very drink friendly.

Serving suggestions

Fits well to salads, antipasti, all kind of starters; great „Snack-Wine“

Drink Temp: 8-10°C



Grüner Veltliner Höhlgraben

Wine description

„Kremstal“ (located around the small city Krems), on the southern border of the river Danube on the foothills of the „Stift Göttweig“ monastery; grapes of the single vineyard called „Höhlgraben“ which got its name in the 17th century (the German word „Höhle“ means cave, ravine or deep ditch). The Malat family has been cultivating vineyards on this site ever since.

Handpicked selected grapes, 100% clean fruit without botrytis from the oldest vines of the single
vinyard „Höhlgraben“ (60 years old), soft pressing, spontaneous fermentation with the natural yeast (without any cultivated yeast) in a 2.000 l wood barrel (dos NOT give any oak taste), staying on the lees with patronage for at least 3 month

Tasting notes

Intense minerality, tobacco and peppery spice in the nose, concentrated, powerful and balanced, never ending finish, superb potential for further development

Serving suggestions

Goes well with heavy fish, white meat and boiled beef (Austrian „Tafelspitz“)

Drink Temp: 10 -12°C



Grüner Veltliner Kremstal DAC

Wine description

„Kremstal“ (located around the small city Krems), on the southern border of the river Danube on the foothills of the „Stift Göttweig“ monastery. Both, rocky soils of weathered primary rock and deep loess covers can be found in Kremstal, therefore it is not surprising that both Grüner Veltliner and Riesling dominate.

Handpicked selected grapes, soft pressing, temperature controlled fermentation in stainless steel, settling in big wooden barrels (4.000 to 6.000 l, NO oak taste) before bottling which allows the wine to clarify itself without filtration.

Tasting notes

Spicy, herbal nose, grapefruit, lemon, green apple on the palate with a crisp and a refreshing finish.

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Serving suggestions

Very versatile pouring-partner, the perfect„Snack-Wine“.

Drink Temp: 6 – 8°C



Ròse-Carbenet-Sauvignon

Wine description

The optimal wine when you cannot decide between white and red.  When well-chilled, it is the star of every party and a perfect match with Mediterranean cuisine.

Tasting notes

Intensive flavours of black current and strawberries, light and fresh with a good acid structure.

Serving suggestions

Fish, salad, perfect summer wine.

Drink Temp: 8 – 10°C



Zweigelt

Wine description

The typical Austrian grape variety that makes a fruity, pleasant-to-drink wine: fine and subtle, with a touch of filigree and spiciness.

Tasting notes

Fresh and fruit driven style, intense cherry aromas, herbal and spicy notes, soft texture and long finish.

Serving suggestions

Grilled fish, white meat, antipasti, pasta.

Drink Temp: 16 – 18°C



Riesling Steinbühel

Wine description

A fine, cool and minerally Riesling from primary rock soils – for those who appreciate purist Rieslings.

Tasting notes

Bright gold green, very welcoming nose, fine pineapple, backed minerals on the palate with distinct fruiting race and elegance, delicate citrus notes, well balanced, beautiful stone fruit on the finish.

Serving suggestions

Fish, white meat, salads, vegetable dishes, antipasti.

Drink Temp: 8-10°C

Redpoint

Wine description
Tasting notes

Very soft and smooth tannins, great body and easy to drink aromas of cassis and ripe red berries, very long finish.

Serving suggestions

White and red meat, powerful fish, pasta, hard cheese

Drink Temp: 16-18°C



Riesling Silberbichl

Wine description

This vineyard is located on a broad terrace formed by a former watercourse of the Danube River. The site was first documented (in 1562) as „Silberpiegl“ and later became known as „Silberbügl“ or „Silberbühel“. The underlying sandy Danube river gravels are overlain by loess and loess-derived loam, and then in turn by calcareous soils. The name „Silber“ (silver) refers to the abundance of mica crystals in the soil – large fragments of which are found in the deeper lying areas, catching the evening sun.

Handpicked selected grapes, 100% clean fruit without botrytis , soft pressing, spontaneous fermentation with the natural yeast (without any cultivated yeast) in a 2.000 l wood barrel (dos NOT give any oak taste), staying on the lees with patronage for at least 3 months.

Tasting notes

Bright gold green, very welcoming nose, elegant, subtle nunances of honey, well balanced.

Serving suggestions

Pasta, Fish

Drink Temp: 10-12°C

Crazy Creatures

Wine description

The Grüner Veltliner, used for the Crazy Creatures, is a fresh, light and crisp wine, perfect for whatever you’re up to – whether it’s a breakfast pick-nick on the rooftop, a dinner with the family or an awesome evening with friends.Enjoy the pleasant company of Crazy Creatures.

Tasting notes

Spicy, herbal nose, grapefruit, lemon, green apple on the palate with a crisp and a refreshing finish.

Serving suggestions

Very versatile pouring-partner

Drink Temp: 8-10°C