Harm Weingut | Grüner Veltliner Kremstal Reserve Holhlgraben 2015 | Östenreichischer Qualitätswein

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Article number: HW-GV-KrRHo2016
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Harm Weingut | Grüner Veltliner Kremstal Reserve Hohlgraben 2015 | Östenreichischer Qualitätswein

Andreas Harm is one of the pioniers when it comes to natural wines in Austria. His experience does not only comes from his childhood on parents' wine domain, but has been working as researcher and consultant for many other wine domains.

Combine this wealth of experience, the love for the environment and the pure product with the expression of 'terroir' and you obtain a unique pallet of wines based on the authentic grape varieties of this region 'Grüner Veltliner' and 'Riesling' , combined with a 500 year old wine cellar, and you get the true expression of the 'terroir' of each vineyard.

Harm Weingut | Grüner Veltliner Kremstal Reserve Hohlgraben 2015 | Östenreichischer Qualitätswein

is the part of a series of 5 'Grüner Veltliner's' with each a different character. Try them all and experience the influence of location, orientation, soil, ....all the elements that composes a terroir, on on single grape variety.

Country of origin: Austria

Region: Kremstal DAC Reserve

Domain: Harm Weingut

Type of wine: White

Classification: Östenreichischer Qualitätswein

Grapes: Grüner Veltliner

Vintage: 2015

Biological: yes not certified 

Description: 'Grüner Veltliner Kremstal Reserve Holhlgraben 2015' is made of the of the grapes of a vinyard with plenty of sunshine during the day and cool air in the night.

Sulphites: an absolute minimum of sulphites added

Aromas:  ripe fruits as fresh pears , ripe citrus fruits and notes of green tea, compotes

Taste: this dry wine has a nice mix of ripe fruits, a well balanced acidity and a refined aftertaste

Ratings: NA

Foodpairing: as apero, throughout a meal, smoked fish, sauerkraut,...

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