Silvery gold in color, clear and bright. The nose has slight apple with some peaches along with a nice minerality. Good acidity. Nice texture. One of those wines that seems like it will have some sweetness but is in fact, dry to the taste. On the palate, a bit of grapefruits and a bunch of peaches and minerality. Light bodied but with plenty or energy. It drinks easily. Delicious. This needs a few more years to full maturity, but is still nice now. Drink over the next twenty years (or more). This would work well with Thai curries.
Im Weingebirge is one of the oldest vineyard names in Europe first being mentioned in 511 AD. This is a late release and really shows that even the middleweight Federspiels can age just fine. This is just starting to get close to maturity at 7 years from vintage. Silvery/gold in color, clear and bright. The nose is tight at first but opens to show slight asparagus, yeast, spice, minerals and white pepper. Lovely creamy texture. Light tannins. Nice acidity. On the palate, this is layered and complex. Limes with pepper and spice with underlying minerals. A very long finish. Just a
Biodynamic wine tasted at the winery. Very light silvery/gold in color, clear and bright. The nose is very nice with a floral note (apple blossoms?) and limes with some minerality. Slightly oily/velvety texture. Good acidity. Dry. On the palate, this is very lively. Limes, slight herbal note and minerals. Long finish. This drinks so easily on its own but will work well with foods. Of course, Wiener Schnitzel, but also some good ole Texas Chili would work well. Drink over the next 8 to twelve years.
Biodynamic wine. Tasted at the winery. Green/gold in color, clear and bright. The nose is tight but opens to show limes, lemon zest, floral notes, and spice. Medium to full bodied. Concentrated. On the palate, the limes return along with underlying minerality and spice. Light tannins. Good acidity. Long finish. This is a delicious wine that may still improve. Drink over the next twelve to fifteen years.
Tasted at the winery. Biodynamic. Silver/golden in color, slightly cloudy but bright. The nose is initially tight, but opens, first showing asparagus, then minerality, a bit of ginger and finally, limes. Medium bodied. Medium tannins. Nice acidity. On the palate, the limes are in the forefront but there are also nice mineral undertones. Really nice creamy texture. Long finish that has a bit of green apple. This is drinking beautifully, but will likely improve over the next year or two. Drink over the next ten to fifteen years. This would go well with fish or tofu tacos.
Very aromatic wine. Silvery/gold in color, clear and bright. The nose is pretty. Perfumed with lychee nuts and slight herbal notes (wild thyme?). Medium bodied. On the palate, moderate acidity with pear. Moderate finish. Not a lot of depth here but very enjoyable for what it is. Drink over the next few years. Nice on its own, this will work well with lighter dishes. Soft cheeses such as brie would work well.
Green/gold in color. The nose has some tropical fruits along with some minerality. Good acidity. On the palate, this is dry. Tart Mango fruit with some minerality. Good finish. This is easy drinking on its own and will work with lighter foods. Chicken salad would be a nice choice. Drink over the next five years.
Yellow gold in color, clear and bright. The nose is nice with minerals and slight peach. Medium bodied. Moderate acidity. On the palate, minerals and slight peach again. some depth. Dry tannins. Moderate finish. This should drink well for the next ten years. Better with food. A nice wine with fried zuchini or other veggies.
Yellow gold in color. The nose is clean with lots of minerality and slight apricots. Medium bodied. On the palate, the minerality carries thru. Some peach. Moderate acidity. solid finish. This is a very food friendly wine. It will work well with Thai food. Drink over the next five to eight years.
Probably the best tasted at this Heuriger. Green/silvery/gold in color. The nose has limes, slight asparagus and white pepper. Medium bodied. Medium tannins. On the palate, this has some depth and complexity. It unwinds in the glass. Limes with some herbs and white pepper. Long finish. Drink over the next ten years. A nice wine with grilled salmon.