A prime example of Austrian Grüner Veltliner. Perky slightly green bell pepper note, green bananas, Limoncello, spicy peppery notes on the palate, juicy and straightforward.
Weingut Steininger is located in Austria’s biggest wine growing village, Langenlois in the Kamptal region. Kamptal refers to the Kamp river which runs through the region and eventually empties into the Danube. The Kamptal area is filled with culture and tourism, which are enhanced by the numerous Heurigen, wine taverns and Vinotheques. The Steininger family estate comprises 135 acres and is owned by Karl & Brigitta Steininger. Karl inherited the farm from his parents in 1980, at this time and as young newlyweds,
100% Gruner Veltliner sourced from 3-4 different vineyards in Langenlois. Hand harvest in the beginning of October. Four-hour maceration. Fermented in temperature controlled stainless-steel tanks and aged for 4 months on the lees.