The grapes are biodynamically produced, and come mainly from the Wolfsgraben vineyard, with it's south-exposed terraces and cool micro-climate. Wolfsgraben means 'canyon of the wolves'. The grapes were harvested in late September. The grapes are de-stemmed, crushed and pressed after 3 to 4 hours of skin contact - and fermented in stainless steel.
Citrus and herbal aromas - with typical spicy Veltliner notes and hints of green pepper and cucumber. The palate has mineral and flinty characters, oriental spice, and fresh citrus acidity on the finish.
A good match for Moroccan cuisine with a hint of sweetness, such as dried apricots and nuts.