Langenlois, which lies in Kamptal/Austria, is the hometown of the Rosner familiy. The south of Langenlois is dominated by Loess soil. This loamy and calcareous soil base provides perfect conditions for growing Grüner Veltliner. Warm summer days and chilly breezes at night result in a very aromatic wine. The grapes are chosen from various vineyards of the Rosner family all around Langenlois.
The grapes are harvested mostly in morning hours when it‘s still cool outside. Retaining the freshness is one of the main aims for this wine. After a short rest of a couple of hours on skins to extract the aroma, the wine is gently pressed, settled, racked and brought to fermentation in the naturally cool cellar. The cellar has a long tradtion and was dug into the earth by the ancestors of Stefan and Norbert Rosner.
12,5 % vol | dry | 0,75 l | Screw Cap | EU-Organic