Mostly Silvaner with a bit of Scheurebe and Riesling. Quite pungent and Sauvignon Blanc-like. Very youthful, pineapple and mango juice with a bit of lime. Simple and clean. (Written by Tamlyn Currin – JancisRobinson.com)
St. Veit is a wine for different occasions: A companion for light meals, a cool refreshment on the terrace and a wine for various festivities. Its taste is well-balanced, not too dry, but not too sweet either, without a pronounced acidity, but still providing a pleasant freshness. Offered in the Bordeaux bottle, it appears juvenilely graceful and spreads a touch of the international.
On nose: Fresh, fruity flavour of citrus and apple. Slight notes of cassis and lemon.
On palate: Dry, fruity with pleasant freshness and vividness.
Alcohol: 12,5% vol.
Res. sugar: 5,4 g/l
Acidity: 6,3 g/l