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Lenz Moser

Grüner Veltliner Kremstal DAC 2019

White wine / Dry

8.70

Delivery time: max. 4 days

12,5 % vol. | 750ml | Quality wine, DAC

Fresh, fruity and spicy. A classic Grüner Veltliner from Rohrendorf in the Kremstal with DAC designation of origin.

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Additional information

Wine range: Lenz Moser
Origin: Rohrendorf/Kremstal/Lower Austria
Wine type: White wine
Character: Dry
Grape variety: Grüner Veltliner
Bottle size: 750 ml
Alcohol content: 12,5 %
Maturation: Steel barrel
Contains: Sulfits

Wine description

Colour: Bright Yellow-green.

Bouquet: Fruity and spicy.

Taste: Juicy and spicy on the palate, powerful and harmonious, Veltliner pepper is clearly noticeable, pleasant elegance in the finish.

Food recommendation: Goes perfectly with salads, white meat, fish and vegetable dishes.

Origin

Rohrendorf / Kremstal

The wine-growing region of Rohrendorf bei Krems is famous not least of all because of the pioneering efforts of legendary Prof. Dr. Lenz Moser III (Lenz Moser high culture). The gigantic loess terraces that tower above the north side of Rohrendorf are characteristic for the wine-growing town in the eastern Krems Valley.

The soils around Rohrendorf are mostly conglomerates with varying degrees of layers of loess, including deep layers of accumulated loess. The climate is defined by the nearby Danube river and Pannonian influences from the East. The unique nature of the soils, coupled with the special climate in the eastern Krems Valley, form the basis for particularly corpulent, elegant Veltliner wines.

Wine range
Lenz Moser DAC
The Lenz Moser DAC “Districtus Austriae Controllatus” wines represent an especially typical regional character.

At present, 15 regions have decided to use the name of the region for just one or a select few particularly typical regional wines. Based on the model of the famous origin wines of the world (such as Barolo from Italy or Rioja from Spain), the typical regional wines from these areas are now named after the region itself, and bear the addition of DAC after the name of the region (e.g. Kremstal DAC or Weinviertel DAC).