Grüner Veltliner 2021 Malinga


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Grape variety: Grüner Veltliner

You can feel the extract of the fragrant juice of quince and yokan. The acidity is smooth and well-balanced, and the minerality gradually spreads the flavor of umami and flower nectar.

Made from 35-65 year old loam and granite Riedganslgraben, Riet Stein and Riet Broertl vineyards. Harvested by hand, sorted, whole bunch pressed (5% skin contact), transferred to stainless steel tanks and old barrels for natural fermentation. Aged for 14 months in Surrey. Bottled unfiltered.

Malinga (Christoph Heiss)
Maringa's Christophe wine is a wine that can be said to be the starting point for African Brothers. For some reason, Christophe participated in the training of Ramshook wine imported by African Brothers for the first time , and has been working with Craig Hawkins of Testaronga and Jargen of Intellego for several years. A member of the Brothers. For that reason, I can see a glimpse of the atmosphere of Ram's Hook and Craig's taste , and I am a little surprised personally.

I grew up in a family run winery. Entering a high school with the only grape cultivation department in Austria. After graduating, he found interest in vineyard and cellar work and started working at a family-run winery. In 2011, I went to Yarlands Estate Winery in Blenheim, Marlborough, New Zealand, and in 2012, I went to Bürklin Wolf in Palatinate, Germany to help with the harvest. In 2014, 2016 and 2017, I will go to South Africa during my winter vacation. Ramshook with Craig and Järgen in 2014, Meerhof Wines with MC in 2016, and Järgen's Intellego Wines in 2017. Impressed by the original taste of wine full of energy in South Africa, the goal was to create a natural wine. The soil in the field contains loess and gneiss, and there have been chickens in the field for two years. Warm weather comes from the Carpathian Basin in the southeast and cold weather from the north. The aim is to create an easy-drinking wine with excellent acidity in its structure, a variety of aromas, harmony and stability over time. Changes over time are a very important point in winemaking. We want to do our best in the next few years to build good soil so that we can cope with extreme weather and make good wines. I want to make small improvements every year to build the best. You can use all the grapes to make your own wine, find interesting plots that make good wine, such as high altitudes, cool spots next to the forest, or fence large fields and let animals run free. the goal.