Steinfeder is the lowest category in the ripeness classification of white wines in Austria's Wachau Valley. It means the wines have a mandated maximum alcohol level of 11.5 percent. The result is that the wines have a lighter body and tend to drink easier and sooner. Silvery gold in color, clear and bright. The nose has limes and slight white pepper. Medium bodied. On the palate, tart limes. Good acidity. Long finish. This is very food friendly and would go well with pasta primavera. Drink over the next few years.