Consumed at the winery.  Made from younger vines in Gaisberg and Heiligenstein.  Light yellow/hay/gold in color, clear and bright.  The nose is tight but with good minerality and light alfalfa notes.  Medium bodied.  Slightly viscous texture.  Bolder on the palate with good acidity.  Slight pineapple notes with minerality.  Long finish.  This is a nice value and drinking well now.  A bit generic in profile but that's ok.  It drinks well on its own and should be very food friendly.  Fried zucchini strips would work very well.  Drink over the next five to seven years.  

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