Wine Sepp Moser, Gruner Veltliner "Schnabel", Kremstal DAC Reserve
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The wine is a golden yellow color.
Taste wines vigorous, dense, pepper, creamy texture, hints of tobacco, mango and mineral nuances shades are stored in a lively finish.
The aroma of wine reveals notes of yellow fruit, mixed with soft notes of herbs and spices.
The wine goes well with boiled beef, fish sauce, cheeses.
Single vineyard "Gaisberg" is a natural extension Langenlois Heiligenstein and is considered one of the best places in this famous wine regions. The soil in the eastern part of the vineyard where vines thrive Gruner Veltliner, is covered by a massive layer of loess. In 2012, during the flowering vines frost hit, so that the yield of grapes was low, but keep the grapes reached a good level of maturity and quality. At the winery harvested grapes are pressed, the wort is cooled and allowed to stand for 20 hours before fermentation. Fermentation with selected yeasts takes place in stainless steel tanks and lasts up to 4 weeks.
The Moser family is one of the oldest wine-making dynasties in Austria. In 1848, Anton Moser founded his winery in the small village of Roerendorf. The most famous member of the family was Lenz Moser, who invented the "Lenz-Moser system" in the 1950s. Lenz's children, twins, Lawrence and Sepp, began to manage the winery since the 1960s. Sepp took care of the vineyards, and Lawrence was responsible for the cellar. The company flourished and was one of the first Austrian wineries that exported wine around the world. However, in the mid-1980s, Austrian exports collapsed. This crisis also affected the winery of Lenz Moser, which was subsequently sold.
After this failure Sepp Moser decides to create his own company. It reduces the number of family vineyards in Kremshtala and Lake Neusiedl, leaving only the best. Today the total area of the vineyards is 50 hectares.
In 2000, Sepp's son, Nikolaus, took over the management of the company. He decided to turn the winery into a completely biodynamic winery estate. Its main goal is to grow vines on healthy, vibrant soil. Due to hard work, Sepp Moser was one of the first companies in Austria to receive a "Demeter" certificate. "Demeter" - the oldest traditional organic certification in Europe, it is considered the highest quality for organic farming in the world.