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Ried Gola Alte Reben 2012

Location:

Single Vineayard Gola: The name is of Slavian origin, meaning "naked", which refers to the meagre slate soil. It is one of ohr hottest sites, producing profound wines with plenty of stuffing. Because of their slaty minerality, they stand out above all for their unique finesse, which makes them keep their elegance despite their high ripeness.


Soil:

Red paleozoic slate


Awards:

93/100 points Falstaff Weinguide 2016/17
92+/100 points Parker Wine Advocate 4/2016 (USA)


Winemaking:

Selective hand picked from our oldest vines, whole grape pressing, spontaneous fermentation in 500l casks and ageing for 36 months on the yeast


Altitude:

390-480 mt


Steepness:

40-67%


Drinking temperature:

12


Characteristics:

dry


Alcohol:

13,50% Vol. Alk.


0.75 l
 
1.5 l

Ried Gola Alte Reben 2012

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