Sämling 2017 Gebietswein

5,2 g/l acidity TA 12,0 % ABV screw cap 0,75l size 2018-2021 best enjoyed 3,2 g/l residual sugar 30 to 45 years aged vines

A light, bouncy bundle of aroma. Lemon blossom, meadow herbs and green apple with aromas reminiscent of elderflower and daisies. Exhilaratingly juicy on the palate. Delicate notes of vineyard peaches on the finish. (Arno Bergler, WeinErleben)

grape variety

A German crossing by Georg Scheu from an unknown variety and Riesling, yielding very bouquet-intensive flowery wines with a Riesling-like structure.


Grapes picked and selected by hand, whole-bunch pressed and slowly fermented in steel tanks, left on the lees, bottled in March following harvest.

ground / cultivation area

Calcareous, deep clay soils.

food attendant

Ideal as an aperitif or with cold antipasti like tomato/mozzarella or cured ham with melon.

data sheet

Big bottle and special shapes on request weingut@gross.at

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