Michael Gindl – Sol 2013 & 2015

33,50 

The Sol from Michael Gindl is a cuvée of two indegenous austrian grape varieties, Weissburgunder (Pinot Blanc) and Grüner Veltliner. The wine was named after the very first ever documented vineyard of the village of Hohenruppersdorf. Half of the grapes spent 4 months on the skins. The whole natural juice matured then on the lees resulting in a complex and exciting orange wine. The flavours mutate from citrus to lime flower blossom to peanut. The color is intense and it changes every day, it gets darker (probably a slight color oxidation). Impossible not to finish this bottle on one day anyway!

Style: orange

Craziness:

Craziness 3

 

In stock

SKU: 01020020022013 Categories: , Tag:
 

Additional information

Weight 1.55 kg
Dimensions 7 × 7 × 20.41 cm
Country

Austrian Wines

Region

Niederösterreich (Lower Austria)

Subregion

Weinviertel

Grape Variety

Grüner Veltliner, Pinot Blanc

Type of Soil

clay

Vinification

big used oak barrels, matured on the lees

Sugar Content

Dry

ABV

12%

Size

0,75l

Total Sulphur

No sulfites added (occurs naturally during fermentation)

Certificates

Demeter

Craziness

3 -Kinky

Acidity level

Medium

Style

complex, Mineral

Tannin level

Low