Klosterkeller Siegendorf

Weißburgunder 2020

White wine / Dry

10,90 

Delivery time: max. 4 days

12,5 % vol. | 750ml | Quality wine

An elegant Pinot Blanc from the wine-growing town Siegendorf in Burgenland, which has a juicy and powerful taste. All in all a remarkably delicate and at the same time multi-layered Pinot Blanc.

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Additional information

Wine range: Weingut Klosterkeller Siegendorf
Origin: Siegendorf/Burgenland
Wine type: White wine
Character: Dry
Grape variety: Pinot Blanc
Bottle size: 750 ml
Alcohol content: 12,5 %
Maturation: Steel barrel
Contains: Sulfits

Wine description

Colour: Yellow-green.

Bouquet: Fine aromasof walnuts.

Taste: Juicy and powerful on the palate, very elegant and rich in finesse, nuances of yellow pear fruit in the finish.

Food recommendation: Goes perfectly with fish, asparagus and cheese.

Origin

Siegendorf / Leithaberg

To the south of the 47th parallel and to the east of the 16th meridian, situated at 176 metres above sea level in the wine-growing area of Leithaberg, Siegendorf has proven to be an excellent location for the production of powerful red wines.

The warm Pannonian climate that prevails here due to the proximity of Lake Neusiedl, located just four kilometres away, allows the grapes to continue ripening slowly until well into autumn. This factor combines with sandy soils rich in humus to provide the ideal conditions for wine-growing.

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Klosterkeller Siegendorf
The market town of Siegendorf, located 60 kilometres to the south of Vienna in the wine-growing area of Leithaberg, was first mentioned in written records as early as 1254. The Lenz Moser winery has been cultivating 24 ha of vineyards here since 1988.

For decades, the vineyards in Siegendorf have been cultivated according to the principles of environmentally friendly grape production: quality over quantity, organic fertilisation, and thriving, living soil. The proximity of Lake Neusiedl, the south-westerly orientation of the vineyard and the Pannonian climate are all favourable for wine-growing. The warm, sandy soils rich in humus are also ideally suited to cultivating the highest-quality grapevines.

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Grape harvest 2019 in Siegendorf

  Grape harvest in Siegendorf

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