Müller, Grüner Veltliner Eiswein, Kremstal, Austria, 2021 (375mL)
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Overview of the Wine
The winery is located in the southern part of the Kremstal wine region in the picturesque village of Krustetten. The estate was first mentioned in the archive of nearby Göttweig Abbey as early as 1270 a.d. as a Lesehof which translated means “wine press house” and has been run as a family business by the Müller family since 1936.
Viticulture has a long tradition in the area around the “Göttweiger Berg”. Since 1936 the Müller family estate in Krustetten in the southern Kremstal is run as a family winery, whereby the tradition of winemaking if the house dates back to 1270. Currently, the 3rd and 4th generation run the winery together, following the principle: “The secret of our quality is rooted in the vineyards.”
The vineyards are located around the Göttweiger Berg in the southern Kremstal and extend up the Danube River to the Wachau. The entire family is involved in the business, all have clearly defined responsibilities work together. Special attention is given to the careful cultivation of the vineyards, to bring out the best of each site and to gently bottle as much of the naturally grown goodness of our wines as possible.
Stefan takes care of the vineyards with much passion, whereby he is already actively supported by his nephew Laurenz. Leopold is responsible for vinification, here his son Martin takes already over a lot of responsibilities from grape receiving, to processing, bottling and quality management. Furthermore, Leopold and Martin are the salespeople and are always out with customers to spread Müller wine all over Austria.
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Winemaker's Tasting Notes
Golden yellow with brilliant reflections; in the nose tones of fully ripe Williams pear and yellow apple. This Prädikatswein has hints of juicy fruits and a delicate hint of caramel on the palate with a convincing length in the aftertaste.
93 Points - Falstaff
Product size: 375ml