Natural wine has no uniform definition. It is a general term used to describe artisanal wine made using organically and/or biodynamically grown hand-picked grapes which are vinified with little or no intervention. Winemakers often rely on indigenous yeast to catalyse natural fermentation, avoiding the use of any chemicals, additives or sulphites.
The result is wine which is alive, energetic, vibrant and unexpected – a welcomed contrast to the industrial practices of the wine industry.
Name of Estate/Domaine
Such a generous wine and a great introduction to Judith's style. The fruit is ripe pear apple and peach, with a clean, fresh acidity that cuts it all through. Lots of nice floral notes. Weissburgunder is the name the Austrians give Pinot Blanc, so this wine would most definitely be the bag of those looking for an alternative to the fleshier dry wines of the Alsace.
*Natural wines are suitable for Vegans & Vegetarians
Country & Region
Due to the different soils, there is a great diversity of varieties in our region. The Gols vineyards can be roughly divided into three types of soil:Gravel plateau with slightly cooler, windier locations, relatively permeable soils. Slopes at the edge of the Parndorfer Platte, south-west orientation, sandy-loamy soil with inclusions of limestone.
- Manual harvest
- spontaneous Fermentation
- Indigenous yeast
- Minimal amount of Sulpher
- No fining
- No filtiring
Fish stew, cheese, charcuterie or solo as an aperitivo vino!