2016 SCHLOSS GOBELSBURG TRADITION Riesling

2016 SCHLOSS GOBELSBURG TRADITION Riesling

The grapes were pressed softly with only a few twists (as with a tree press), filled without degumming into a large Manhartsberg oak cask (25 hectoliters), and then spontaneously fermented without cooling. Following fermentation, the wine was racked three times until it was almost completely pure. The wine was bottled after maturing in the cask for 18 months.

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Schloss Gobelsburg is the oldest winery in the Danube region with a documented history back to 1171. The history of the winery is connected to Cistercian monks, but since January 1996 the Château and ...Schloss Gobelsburg is the oldest winery in the Danube region with a documented history back to 1171. The history of the winery is connected to Cistercian monks, but since January 1996 the Château and winery is managed by Eva & Michael Moosbrugger (Winemaker of the year 2006, Wine & Spirits Winery of the year 2009, 2010, 2011, 2013 & 2014). More

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