White Wine

Pinot Blanc Seeberg 2013

Grape variety:Pinot Blanc
Vintage:2013
Soil type:marine limestone and mica-schist soil
Cultivation:cover crops and integrated plant protection
Production:temperature-controlled in stainless steel, maturation on the fine lees until short before bottling
Alcohol:13,5 %
Acidity:6,5g/l
Residual sugar:2,3g/l
Tasting Note:Inviting fine bouquet of white fruits, fresh apple and lime and a slight hint of herbs; a fascinating play of fruit with salty minerals on the palate; lively ; deep, concentrated and full-bodied with an extraordinary mellifluous length accomplished by a fascinating lightness.

Jancis Robinson MW «Purple Pages»
"As for pinot blanc in Burgenland, the champion here is PRIELER, and both his and several of the other most interesting dry pinot blancs are from the breezy, hilly run-off of the Leithagebirge rather than from along the Neusiedlersee."

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