"45 years old vines. Whole-cluster pressed. Bottled April 2022.
Deliciously nutty. Honeysuckle and sweet cardamom and apple-lime jam and clementine. A tumble of divine super-pretty orange vlossom and peppered maple syrup. Buzzing with energy. Spicy. S much spine. Long, long spine on the finish. Readers, she swallowed." / Tamlyn Currin @ Janis Robinson / 17 points
Wine making: Whole cluster pressing, fermented in stainless steel, 60% natural yeast fermentation bottled in April 2021.
Tasting notes: Top class Auslese with concentrated flavors of honey and peach. The grapes for this wine coming out fo one of the oldest vineyards of the winery. Small in yield, but very high quality earnings.
Soil: A steep, south-facing slope, which warms up quickly with grey slate and volcanic rock. They harvest their premium wine sin the dry range, as well as their excellent sweet wines.
Vineyard: Niederhäuser Hermannshöhle
Age of vineyard: Around 45 years old
Yield: 45 hl/ha
Alcohol: 8,5 g/l
Res. sugar: 88,8 g/l
Acidity: 8,6 g/l