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Single Vineyard Jägerberg Pinot Blanc 2022 Premier Cru STK, SüdsteiermarkDAC

Grape variety:
Pinot Blanc (Weißburgunder)
93 FALSTAFF points
Alcohol content:
Total acid:
Residual suggar:
harvested by hand, traditionally fermented with natural yeasts
11 months in traditional, large, wooden oak casks
Drinking maturity:
10 years and longer
Bottle closure:
screw cap
Organic, Sustainable Austria
Erste STK Ried (Premier Cru STK) / SüdsteiermarkDAC
Wine-growing area/ single vineyard :
Single Vineyard Jägerberg
Local orientation:
south-facing with a medium inclination
Sea level:
Wine-growing region:
Southern Styria
Description of the wine:
fresh scents of mountain flowers, on the palate aromas of ripe pears, of white berries and of macadamia nut; a precise, concentrated texture; animating drinking flow and silky in the final, delicately floating intensity
Food recommendation:
thickened soups, white asparagus, chicken liver, quail, veal (“Wiener Schnitzel” = veal escalope viennese style), beef (boiled beef), freshwater fish (carp and catfish)
EUR 21,00 á 0,75l

Our wines of the Single Vineyard Jägerberg, classified as “Erste STK Ried” (Premier Cru STK) are typical for this region. These wines demonstrate a strong and natural expression of their origin and have a high ageing potential. The harvest yield is limited to a maximum of 45 hectolitres. Premier Cru STK wines are allowed to be offered for sale at the earliest on 1st of September after 11 months of maturation.

Wine-growing area/ single vineyard:

The Single Vineyard Jägerberg is located within the cadastral district Kranach, which belongs to the village of Gamlitz.


On Jägerberg the temperature differences between day and night are smaller - this fact provides ideal conditions for Burgundy varieties. These expressive wines reflect a complex aroma spectrum with an enormous tension.


The vineyards of Jägerberg are based on marine sediments of the period of the Neogene. These marine sediments are called "Gamlitzer Schlier". Lithologically, these are fine sandy clay marls with crystalline, but also carbonate gravels and cobbles. Deposits of seashells verify the marine character. The water retention capacity is high, the water permeability is moderate.

Ried Jägerberg – ein idealer Standort für Burgundersorten.  

Single Vineyard Jägerberg – ideal conditions for Burgundy varieties.