Stadt Krems Grüner Veltliner Domäne Krems 2015
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Stadt Krems Grüner Veltliner Domäne Krems 2015

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The south-facing vineyards of the estate provides an ideal terroir for fresh, delicately spicy white wines such as this typical, refreshing Grüner Veltliner. Warm, well-ventilated loess allows an early harvest at full ripeness preserving the slight tangy, fruity, fresh aromas of pineapple and grapefruit allied to pleasing acidity, along with a long, harmonious finish typical of the Kremstal.

Weingut Stadt Krems boasts more than 550 years of history, making it one of the oldest wine producers in the whole of Europe. Since July 2003 it has been managed by a young, innovative team directed by Fritz Miesbauer. Its flagships are Riesling and Grüner Veltliner (over 90%), and all wines are sealed with a Vinolok. Fritz and the team cultivate 31 hectares of vineyards on the estate, whose holdings are exclusively on the best terraced locations of the city of Krems. Grüner Veltliner leads the plantings on the loess soil vineyards to the east of the city. To the west, bordering the Wachau, the landscape is mainly formed of small terraces on steep mountain slopes of gneiss and slate. This is where the vineyards of Pfaffenberg, Grillenparz, Wachtberg and Kögl are located. Riesling leads the way here, with good Grüner Veltliner also grown.

Fritz Miesbauer came to the Kremstal having built a stellar reputation for himself at Domäne Wachau (formerly known as Freie Weingärtner Wachau), which he turned into one of the world's finest cooperative wineries. Since 2003, he and his progressive team have been taking Weingut Stadt Krems to a new level. In addition, Fritz also runs the vineyards owned by the monastery at Stift Göttweig, with excellent support from cellarmaster Leopold Figl and Franz-Josef Gansberger. Fritz is a leader and visionary, adept at motivating his team into delivering the best from these world-class vineyards.

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