2014 Schneider Taglsteiner Rotgipfler Thermenregion (Previously $23)

SKU #1298790

Importer's Notes: "Rotgipfler (a cross between Savignin and Roter Veltliner) it is not widely planted, with a total of arround 120 ha. Almost entirely planted in its homeland the Termenregion South of Vienna. The wine is showing powerful, spicy and age worthy expression. Green-yellow in color with a pronounced fruity bouquet, fine acidity, spice, and robustness. This wine delights with luxuriant aromas ranging from ripe pitted fruits to tropical fruits. It finishes dry but not austere. The wine is matured in 1500L Acacia wood barrels.

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