Ried Jägerberg Grauburgunder 2018 Erste STK Ried

Single Vineyard Jägerberg Pinot Gris 2018 Premier Cru STK

Grape variety:
Pinot Gris (Grauburgunder)
Vintage:
2018
Awards:
94 FALSTAFF points
Alcohol content:
13,0%vol
Total acid:
5,3g/l
Residual suggar:
1,1g/l
Vinification:
harvested by hand, spontaneously fermented with natural yeasts
Maturation:
11 months in traditional, large, wooden oak casks
Drinking maturity:
10 years and longer
Bottle closure:
screw cap
Categorisation:
Erste STK Ried (Premier Cru STK) / SüdsteiermarkDAC
Wine-growing area/ single vineyard :
Single Vineyard Jägerberg
Local orientation:
south-facing with a medium inclinationg
Sea level:
320m–380m
Wine-growing region:
Southern Styria
Description of the wine:
intense colour, scents of acacia blossom-honey, almond flavours; dark, smoky mineral, complex and deep - you can´t feel the concentration, it is so intimately interwoven; salty deep and continuing reverberation
Food recommendation:
tartar, carpaccio, vitello tonnato, feathered game (pheasant, quail, duck), rabbit, saddle of lamb, saddle of veal, beef roulade, ragout, bœuf stroganoff, desserts, cheese
EUR 23,40 á 0,75l
Clear
Categorisation:

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.

Climate:

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.

Soil:

The vineyards of Jägerberg are located in the tertiary sedimentary region of the “Gamlitz Schlier”, also called
“Older Schlier”. (“Schlier” is a fine-sandy marl clay, in this case with deposits of sandy quartz). The existence of many fossils is a typical character for such chalky, marine sediments. The soil type is a chalky Regosol of loamy-sandy tertiary material.
The water retention capacity is high, the water permeability is moderate.

Aromen nach Weißdorn und Lindenblüten.  

Aromas of whitethorn and lime blossoms.